LOS ANGELES — Visual effects studio FuseFX (https://fusefx.com) has named Lindsey Kaiser executive producer at its flagship studio in Los Angeles. In her new role, she will help oversee day-to-day operations while working to bring new projects to the studio. Kaiser brings over a decade of industry experience leading VFX and post production teams, as well as a deep knowledge of establishing new client relationships. Before joining FuseFX, she held the title of senior vice president at Dneg, where she served as a key stakeholder in new client relationships and sales.
“I’m so excited to join the FuseFX family,” Kaiser states. “The studio’s commitment to creating an environment of inclusivity, passion, integrity and strong work ethic makes it the perfect fit for me. I can’t wait to hit the ground running here in Los Angeles and collaborate with such a talented team across the globe.”
In addition to bringing Kaiser on board, vice president of production Johnny Fisk will now transition into the management of FuseFX’s global business development group while expanding his role as vice president of production globally. Fisk already plays a critical role working with all the heads of studio and executive producers across all the FuseFX locations, and will continue to do so in his expanding position.
Fisk will remain the head of studio of the FuseFX LA office while taking a more active role in FuseFX’s global operations. This includes implementing new business growth and global production strategy in partnership with Dan Rucinski, executive producer of global operations.
FuseFX has seven studio locations, including its flagship in Los Angeles, New York City, Vancouver, BC, and Atlanta. Studios in Montreal, Toronto, and Bogota, are serviced by Folks VFX.