LONDON — Henry Bull has joined Framestore (www.framestore.com) as its new head of recruitment, film, for London. He will be tasked with bringing the best artists, animators and creative thinkers to the creative studio, which has won Oscar, BAFTA, VES and Emmy awards.
Bull joins the studio from DnegTV, where he was VFX production manager, working across titles such as Altered Carbon, Westworld and Black Mirror. To date, his career has been split between production and recruitment with companies such as Double Negative, The Mill and Digital Gurus.
“Framestore has a great reputation, not just for the prestige titles it works on, but also the open, innovative culture it fosters,” says Bull. “It’s somewhere I’m excited to work, and somewhere I’m excited to bring new talent given our ambitious slate and the huge projects we have on the horizon.”
Framestore’s upcoming work includes Wonder Woman 1984, Spider-Man: Far From Home, Hobbs & Shaw and His Dark Materials.