DALLAS — Republic Editorial (www.republiceditorial.com) has signed finishing artist Nick Mueth to its roster. He joins a team that is capable of providing services that range from simple conforms to complex composites, 3D, motion graphics and color.
Previously the lead Flame artist at cross-town shop Fast Cuts, Mueth has built a strong following in the Dallas area, working with various agencies on spots for clients such as McDonald’s, Zales, Helzberg, Match.com, The Travel Channel and Home Depot.
“There’s something special going on at Republic right now,” he says. “The closing of Fast Cuts gave me the opportunity to explore many shops around town, and I sensed an energy and commitment to growth at Republic that’s really hard to duplicate. They’ve got all the right people in place, backed by a strong ownership team. I’m really glad to be part of it.”
Mueth’s journey to Republic Editorial brings him somewhat full circle. Fifteen years ago he started as an assistant editor at Red Car Dallas, the shop that became Republic Editorial in 2013, following a change in ownership. After leaving Red Car Dallas in 1999, he joined Video Post & Transfer, where in a few short years he became an accomplished Flame artist. He joined Fast Cuts in 2004, where he expanded his skill-set further to include color grading as well as 3D.