NEW YORK - Design and animation studio FlickerLab (www.FlickerLab.com) has moved into a new studio that takes up an entire floor at 7 West 18th Street. At almost 5,000 square feet, the new location more than doubles the company's previous size and includes Autodesk Flint, Apple Final Cut HD, and a new recording and sound design room.
"We have more than doubled our space, to accommodate client, editing and compositing sessions quite efficiently," says FlickerLab creative director/founder Harold Moss. "The studio is designed to support both the artist and the client, and we are now powered to scale-up for large projects."
Currently in production at FlickerLab are projects for Nickelodeon, A&E Network, Bravo, and several animated television pilots. The studio designed the open for "Celebrity Poker Showdown" and continues to regularly work on the program.
FlickerLab has also recently formalized a long-term association with independent producer Tammy Walters, whereby Walters will join Moss as a partner in the facility. The pair first met at Curious Pictures where Walters was head of the company's digital division, and have since collaborated on pilots for Cartoon Network, as well as numerous development projects.
Walters has been acting executive producer at FlickerLab for the past year, and has overseen production of original content. She will continue in these roles, as well as in business development.