LONDON — The VFX & Post Talent Agency (www.thevfxandposttalentagency.com) recently welcomed six new additions to their roster. Now in its second year, the agency represents 50 VFX and post production experts from different backgrounds in the film and television industry.
“With the continual demand for experienced and proficient talent, we are privileged to explore opportunities to meet incredible emerging and established talent from within the world of visual effects and post production,” says managing director Harriet Donington. “We do our due diligence and are proud to put our name behind every single incredible human being we represent. Our aim is to offer up resourceful and well-considered suggestions to accommodate the ever-evolving demands of the industry.”
VFX producer Lisa Renney (Wakley) started her career as a production assistant on Gravity and has risen through the ranks from VFX assistant coordinator to associate VFX producer, collaborating and honing her skills with some of the world’s leading VFX talent.
With over 19 years of VFX experience VFX producer, Carrie Rishel brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the table. Coming from a facility background, she is well versed in the pressures and nuances of delivering VFX across a spectrum of film and TV. From initial bidding through to final delivery, she has been involved at every stage of the VFX process, progressing up the ranks and earning her stripes at several leading London VFX studios.
Working as head of production and VFX producer at The Imaginarium Studios for five years, Glenn Kelly has been at the forefront of virtual production and motion performance capture. From video games to films, HETV to experimental AR/MR/XR, Kelly has tackled them all. He has run the managerial side of businesses, wrangled shoots, managed budgets and overhead, and multi-tasked across several projects. Kelly is uniquely placed as not only does he have a wealth of virtual production knowledge, but he also has all the attributes of a strong VFX producer in the making.
With 25+ years working in film and TV cutting rooms, Sascha Dhillon is a diverse and collaborative VFX editor who brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the table. Straddling editing and VFX editing, Dhillon can find creative solutions to reduce VFX costs and help resolve complex editorial issues. Highly organized and with a brilliant eye for detail, Dhillon is a popular choice and often re-hired due to his vibrant energy and professionalism.
Michael Freedman is a diverse and talented VFX editor. From editing low-budget films, previs, performance capture and VFX, he brings a wealth of experience, technical know-how and versatility to the table. He is a keen collaborator, with a sharp eye for detail.
Starting his career as a dailies assistant, Chris Wilson worked his way up the ranks, learning from some of the best UK editorial teams across film and TV industry. After years of being an assistant, both in editorial and VFX, he got his break as VFX editor on Season 3 of the Leftbank/Netflix series The Crown.