NEW YORK CITY — Fancy House of Visual Effects (fancyvfx.tv) has appointed two highly accomplished visual effects veterans to its senior team. Janine Conway joins the studio as senior producer, helping to oversee production and business development, while Chris Green becomes compositing supervisor, with a focus on visual effects for features and television.
Photo (L-R): Chris Green and Janine Conway
Conway brings 10 years of experience as a producer at visual effects and design houses, including Buck and Method Studios. She previously collaborated with Fancy VFX on ad campaigns for FedEx and Service Now. Other recent credits as VFX producer include work for Google, Microsoft, Mastercard, Comcast and Budweiser.
Green was previously senior Nuke compositor at Crafty Apes VFX. His recent credits include Showtime’s Dexter: New Blood, Apple TV+’s Severance and the CBS series Star Trek: Discovery. His background also includes work with New York studios MPC, Phosphene and The Molecule.
“As a young company, we have an amazing opportunity for growth,” says Randie Swanberg, studio’s founder, executive creative director and VFX supervisor. “Janine and Chris will help us accomplish that by filling two critical roles. I’ve worked with Janine in the past and she is super buttoned up and fun to work with. She relates well to artists and clients, delivers A-level work and is in tune with our philosophy. We are thrilled to have her join our team.”
“Chris brings deep experience in episodics and features, and will help manage our growth in that arena,” Swanberg adds. “We look to him to lead the charge as we grow our staff and resources, and take on larger and more challenging long-form projects.”
Green’s first assignments will be the Starz series Power Book IV: Force, and the independent feature The Shade.