BOSTON — New York City-based content creation studio Ataboy (https://ataboystudios.com) has expanded its footprint to Boston with a venture headed by executive producers Ned Biddle and Nick Sterling.
“Boston has always been known for its close-knit community of creatives, characterized by great regional brands and a communal working ethos,” note the EPs.
The company will have a physical presence at National Boston (www.nationalboston.com), the full-service production and post facility located at 115 Dummer Street in Brookline, MA. The announcement follows Ataboy’s recent success on the A Portrait Of An Athlete series, starring Olympic athlete Natoya Goule and graffiti artist Sen2. The company has also worked on campaigns for Adidas, Coke, White Castle, Progressive, Ikea and GE, to name a few. Ataboy’s New York City studio specializes in design, animation, visual effects, editing and color grading. They also have a Brooklyn studio that focuses on table-top production.
“This move to Boston makes so much sense on multiple levels,” explains Ataboy founder and executive creative director Vikkal Parikh. “There has always been a creative synergy between Boston and New York City, and it feels like a natural fit for us. We’ve already collaborated on several successful campaigns with director Corydon Wagner, so this expansion is truly the continuation of an excellent and prosperous relationship.”