NYC's Postal adds to creative team
August 21, 2018

NYC's Postal adds to creative team

NEW YORK CITY — Postal (, which offers design, animation, VFX, editing, motion graphics and finishing services, has signed three new artists. Peter Amante comes on board as Flame artist, bringing with him over 20 years of experience in visual effects. Some of his credits include work on the feature films Drive, Salt and  Young Adult. He’s also contributed to television spots for Crest, Budweiser and Weight Watchers. His most recent Postal work involved VFX for Samsung’s QLED Super Big TV campaign.
Photo (L-R): Eno, Kim and Amante

Sean Eno also brings 20 years of experience across broadcast, design, film and 3D animation for brands that include Facebook, AT&T and Lincoln. He has worked as an animator at Pixel Liberation Front and Imaginary Forces, and collaborated with motion design and visual effects studio UVPhactory, which was founded by current Postal executive producer, Damijan Saccio in 2000. In his new role as associate creative director, Eno will work alongside creative director Gene Nazarov to help lead the expanding Postal team, as well as drive the overall creative direction for Postal’s work. 
Abigail Kim joins Postal as a designer and animator. She has already worked with JWT, PepsiCo, WeWork and Sheetz while at Postal. Prior to joining the studio, Kim used her creative talents at Havas Worldwide, where she designed products for brands like IBM, specifically for IBM Cloud and Genesis. She also has experience in the music video space, working with singer Tinashe on her lyric video for Superlove. 

“We are excited to welcome three incredible artists to the Postal team,” says Jason Mayo, managing director at Postal. “Sean, Peter and Abigail will each play an integral role in our creative process, helping our team continue experimenting and pushing the envelope for agency and brand clients. At Postal, we are always looking for creative team members that aren’t afraid to push the boundaries and experiment with their craft and these three fit that mold perfectly.”