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42 Post • February 2014 people RICHARD METTLER, STEWART SHEVIN Wildchild in NYC has added two editors to its creative team. Richard Mettler is an editor of commercials, music videos, and motion pic- tures. He most recently completed work on the music video for Beyoncé's single, Mine. Other recent projects include spot work for Cartier, Nike, Mercedes, Cadillac, L'Oreal, Maybelline, Volkswagen, Lenscrafters and Mastercard. Stewart Shevin joins Wildchild following a stint at Beast Editorial. His resume includes work for Toyota, Ford, Chevy and Discover Card, just to name a few. Shevin's most recently work includes King Condoms' Protect Yourself and Stopthetraf-'s Hide and Seek. LILY HENDERSON Boutique NYC production company Cali- fornia Amish has added documentar y film director and editor Lily Henderson to its roster. Henderson's clients have included Current TV, Ogilvy Entertainment, AOL, the BBC, Huffington Post and the Biography Channel. Her work includes a pair of moving Web documentaries for IBM's five-part "Smarter Planet" series, the Meet James Salter Web doc, and Lessons for Living, which debuted at the Global Peace Film Festival. She is currently developing her next documen- tary, About a Mountain. TIM DINGERSON, ADAM PEARLMAN Click 3X in New York City has added to its team with the recent appointment of Tim Dingerson as associate creative director and Adam Pearlman as senior animator. This marks Dingerson's second tour at Click 3X, as he originally held the position of design director for the digital studio. Prior to his return, Dingerson was the creative director/founder of Luckeyou, a boutique design and animation studio in NYC. Pearlman is also no stranger to Click 3X, as he's been freelancing for the studio since 2010. He has also worked as an animator at Fox Busi- ness Network, Trollback & Company, Interspec- tacular and Blue Room, among others. STEPHANIE HORNISH, MONA SALMA Bonfire Labs in San Francisco has contin- ued its expansion with the recent addition of producers Stephanie Hornish and Mona Salma. Hornish joins Bonfire Labs as senior producer, bringing a background in film, television, animation and visual effects. She began her career at Colossal Pictures as an art department assistant and later moved to Industrial Light & METTLER SHEVIN HORNISH SALMA ZEIgLER KEENAN HENDERSON DINgERSON PEARLMAN Magic, where for the next 12 years she pro- duced VFX for blockbuster films that included Harry Potter, The Chronicles of Narnia, and Indiana Jones: The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. Salma comes on board as a producer, bring- ing experience in work on broadcast television commercials. She began her career at editorial boutique MacKenzie Cutler in NYC, where she learned the world of advertising. In 2011, she moved back to San Francisco, working as a free- lance producer for Cut + Run SF and Venables Bell & Partners. GARY KEENAN New York-based design/animation boutique Mr. Wonderful has added Gary Keenan to its team as creative director. His diverse body of work includes national and international on- air network branding, TV show packaging, com- mercial direction and design. Keenan has direct- ed promotional campaigns for NBC, ESPN, Channel 4 (UK) and HBO. Keenan grew up in Ireland and landed his first pro gig as a graphic designer at Ireland's national broadcaster RTÉ. In 1996, he moved to London, where he fine- tuned his skills, working as a creative director. He later moved to the US and worked in NYC at the Designlab at Broadway Video, Creative Group, Mantra and Motive NYC. CARRIE HOLECEK Reel FX, with offices in Dallas and Santa Monica, has brought in executive producer Car- rie Holecek to head its editorial division. She joins the studio from Red Car, where she was managing director, Holecek brings nearly two decades of feature and commercial post pro- duction expertise to her new position. Her experience includes work with clients such as Leo Burnett, DDB, Mcgarrybowen, The Martin Agency, DreamWorks SKG, Disney, and Warner Bros. She has also worked on music videos and Web/viral content. KYLA JACOBS TBWA\Chiat\Day New York has appointed Kyla Jacobs director of business development. She will spearhead the new busi- ness drive for TBWA's New York office, whose clients include Michelin, Jameson and GSK. Jacobs was formerly director of business devel- opment in Europe for Crispin Porter + Bogusky (London), where she led winning European pitches for Coke Zero, Diesel, Ubisoft and Cap- tain Morgan, and Turkish Airlines. CHRIS FAGOT 2G Digital in Burbank, CA, has hired Chris

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