FuseFX moves into larger Manhattan studio
May 4, 2021

FuseFX moves into larger Manhattan studio

NEW YORK CITY — FuseFX’s (fusefx.com) new office in New York City gives the visual effects studio the capacity to nearly double its current staff of 60. Located in the Financial District, with views of the East River and Brooklyn Bridge, the new space will be able to hold 115 staff members once COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted and it is safe to do so. The facility features three screening rooms, 11 private offices, an IT bullpen, two conference rooms and many workstations.

The  new office is part of FuseFX’s continued global expansion strategy. After opening its initial New York office in 2014, the New York team has increasingly expanded. The new space will allow that growth to flourish in an upgraded environment.

“Our new office space in the Financial District represents the culmination of industry-leading work and steady, consistent growth over the last seven years with some of the premiere artists in our industry driving us forward,” explains head of studio, Greg Anderson. “With anticipated continued growth of the film and television market in New York, this office will allow us to grow with it.” 

“I am extremely excited for our new office,” adds executive producer, NY, Lindsay Seguin. “To be part of such a strong, dedicated team is something I am proud of every day. I’m looking forward to connecting with everyone safely again!” 

“When we opened our studio in New York in 2014, we knew it was a critical location for us to establish a presence to better service our clients,” explains FuseFX founder and CEO, David Altenau. “I’m so proud of the success of our team there and the fact that we now have one of the premier visual effects studios operating in New York City. That success has created the opportunity to expand again and move into a beautiful new space in lower Manhattan.”