MEGAN SWEETEN IS BIONIC'S NEW 'MD'
Bionic offers editorial, design and sound design services. The studio's clients include Budweiser, 2K Sports, Mini Cooper, Sci-Fi Channel, Food Network and Comedy Central, among others.
Sweeten comes to Bionic after eight years at Creative Bubble, where she started as an administrative assistant and quickly ascended to operations manager, before ultimately achieving the title of GM.
Bionic also recently brought in two editors: Brian Donnelly and Amanda Hughes. Donnelly joined the studio from Editional Effects, where he served as senior editor and producer for numerous on-air promotional campaigns and long-format programming. Prior to that, he was a partner/producer/editor for SolariumNY. His career also includes serving as a producer/editor for MSNBC Creative Services.
Hughes also comes from Editional Effects, having spent ten years as senior editor and compositor. There, she onlined and offlined hundreds of projects, including promos, image campaigns, interstitials and long form shows. She brings with her extensive expertise in managing HD workflows.
PHOTO: Bionic president Steve Beal with new managing director Megan Sweeten.