NEW YORK CITY — Creative and technology studio Preymaker (preymaker.com), recently welcomed the talents of Clairellen Wallin and Mike Pullan to its production team. Wallin is a senior executive producer with over 15 years of experience. She brings a vast understanding of VFX and production pipelines, having spent much of her career working closely with award-winning agencies and directors.
Originally from London, Wallin rose up the VFX ranks at The Mill and MPC. She’s led teams on award-winning work with many top directors, and in 2021, led VFX teams on seven Super Bowl spots. At Preymaker, she will ensure directors enjoy strong relationships with the creative team, continue her role as a resource for clients and be a problem solver, offering creative solutions to ensure projects run smoothly.
Pullan has held senior producer and senior VFX producer roles in Chicago and New York, most recently at Lvly Studios and Leviathan, along with The Mill Chicago. He’s delivered campaigns for Samsung, T-Mobile, Maybelline, Xfinity, Mike’s Hard, Blue Cross Blue Shield and many other brands. Over the last decade, he’s become versatile producing commercials, experientials and short films, working in AR, VR, Unreal Engine and TouchDesigner, and with teams using Flame and Houdini. On the production team at Preymaker, Pullan will manage day-to-day projects and plan for upcoming work.
“Clairellen and Mike bring fantastic experience to our production team at Preymaker, with the creative sensibility to match,” says Angus Kneale, chief creative at Preymaker. “They have far-reaching relationships with clients and artists, and are well-versed with emerging technology making them a perfect fit for the company. Their collective strengths are helping us to grow and strengthen our production team at Preymaker.”
Both Wallin and Pullan are based in New York and appreciate the benefits of Preymaker’s 100 percent cloud-based work model. The studio works in linear content, along with interactive immersive media and Metaverse. Additional content includes commercials, branded entertainment and original short films.