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Thursday, July 19, 2007


The pool of international talent at leading visual effects company, Oktobor, has just got even bigger.
Peter Ritchie, one of the world's leading Telecine specialists, has rejoined the company after an initial stint with Oktobor that began in 2004. His creative style sits perfectly with the outstanding work that is already flourishing within the existing Oktobor team. Ritchie will be providing his expertise to the imminent relaunch of Oktobor's Telecine.
Ritchie is joined by new arrival and Senior 3D Artist Gary Sullivan, who has worked for a range of highly regarded outfits including VFX house Fuel International, Ambience Entertainment and Deep Animation. Having recently returned from Australia he brings with him a wealth of skills and can boast feature film credits such as Charlotte's Web and Rogue.
Says Oktobor General Manager, Patrick McAteer: "This is a fantastic boost for the already well-established and highly awarded creative team and will provide Oktobor with even more capacity for both our existing and potential clients."


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good to hear they're rising up from the ashes but that last sentence makes it sound like they only have two clients.

4:48 pm NZST

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Beef... nice. Catering always was their strong suit.

10:00 pm NZST


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