LOS ANGELES — Creative and technology studio Preymaker (https://preymaker.com) has expanded its West Coast team with four new hires. Adam Lambert, Roxy Zuckerman and Michael Reed join Preymaker’s creative team, while Mattias Andersson joins the studio’s dedicated technology arm. Collectively, the crew brings a wealth of experience in high-end visual effects, CGI and immersive media.
Photo (top left, clockwise): Adam Lambert, Michael Reed, Mattias Andersson, Roxy Zuckerman
“Many of our clients are based on the West Coast, so having a strong presence in Los Angeles is very important to us,” explains Angus Kneale, Preymaker’s chief creative. “Preymaker is committed to building an exceptional team of creatives, producers and technical professionals that work seamlessly across the globe. In order to stay on the cutting edge you need to invest in exceptional talent. On the creative side, Adam, Roxy and Michael bring a wealth of knowledge and they have excellent reputations in the industry. I have also worked closely with Mattias in the past and am thrilled he has joined us. I have no doubt that there are great things ahead.”
Mattias Andersson brings extensive career experience, having previously served as head of technology at The Mill and Jamm Visual. Andersson will manage the entire Preymaker technology stack in the cloud, developing innovative platforms, driving creative tools and ensuring optimum security for client data.
Adam Lambert is a leading VFX supervisor, Flame Artist and experienced digital artist. He built his career over nearly two decades at The Mill, first in London, then in Los Angeles, working on many high-profile projects. Some of his credits include the NFL’s The Next 100, featuring the next generation NFL greats in an action-packed journey to Super Bowl LIV, and The Guardian’s Cannes Lion-winning Three Little Pigs advertisement.
Roxy Zuckerman joins Preymaker’s creative team with experience in both commercials and films as VFX lead, compositing supervisor and digital artist. She worked previously at The Mill, Digital Domain, Eight VFX and Blur Studio. Some of her highlights include contributing to Tron: Legacy, Iron Man 3, Real Steel, Fast 7 and Furious 8. She also contributed to Liberty Mutual’s popular Limu Emu campaign.
Michael Reed further fortifies Preymaker’s creative team with the ability to work across multiple disciplines, having honed his skills over the past eight years as CG lead and 3D generalist. He most recently worked at The Mill as generalist department supervisor, and previously at studios that include MPC LA, Zoic and The Mission. His work highlights include the GMC Hummer EV “Revolutionary World Premiere” and the cinematic trailer for The Last of Us.