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Page 49 of 51 48 POST MAR/APR 2019 PEOPLE MARC-ANDRÉ LAROSE Framestore has appointed Marc-André Larose as studio manager of its immersive department in Montreal. His management skills and extensive knowledge of the gaming industry have been honed over several years at studios that include Hibernum, Eidos Montreal and EA Mobile. He joined Framestore in 2017 as senior producer and has made an impact both locally and across Framestore's global offices. DICK GORDON Carousel recently welcomed Dick Gordon to its New York team as senior editor. He comes to the creative company after 15 years at edito- rial studio Spot Welders, where he served as partner/editor. There, he edited campaigns for clients that include Geico, Amtrak, Volkswagen, ESPN, Heineken and Budweiser. He also collab- orated with commercial directors Joe Pytka on Anheuser-Busch's Applause Super Bowl spot, Simon McQuoid on Enemy Weapon for Xbox's Halo 3 and Traktor for MTV's The Jukka Brothers. GAVIN CAMP Dallas-based 3008 Editorial has added Flame artist Gavin Camp to its roster. Prior to 3008, Camp held posts at The Mill LA, Keep Me Posted and Psyop. He also regularly worked with A52, Framestore and MPC, among others. Over the course of his career in visual effects and finishing, Camp has contributed to projects for Nike, Gatorade, Audi, Coca-Cola, Burger King, Sprint, Apple and Dolby. He has also worked on a number of television series, including Law & Order SVU, Better Call Saul and Animal Kingdom. GLENN CONTE Chimney has added editor Glenn Conte to its creative team. The appointment follows the launch of a 6,500-square-foot facility last year in New York. Conte brings a wealth of expe- rience in editorial. Prior to joining Chimney, he spent nine years at editorial and finishing boutique, Northern Lights. Prior to that, he was at post production company Red Car. Some of his longer form narrative credits include editing three seasons of the Web series Cop Show with Colin Quinn. He's also cut commercials, broadcast promos and podcasts. PHILIP AZENZER Senior colorist Philip Azenzer, an industry veteran with a vast credit list covering television and features, has returned to Hollywood's Encore. Azenzer was one of the company's original employees, starting as a color assistant and learning the craft while building a client base. Over his post career he has collaborated with many notable directors, including David Lynch, Steven Spielberg and David Nutter. His credits include work on The X-Files, Six Feet Under, Entourage, Big Love, Bates Motel, Bloodline and most recently, Seasons 4 and 5 of Black-ish and Seasons 1 and 2 of Grown-ish. KC GULINO, TOM COLABRARO Full-service New York creative produc- tion studio Versus welcomes senior business development executive KC Gulino and senior producer Tom Colabraro to its team. Gulino, who joins Versus from King and Country, where she managed East Coast sales and business development, will drive new com- mercial business nationally, while Colabraro, who has spent the last 14 years as a freelance producer and consultant, managing and executing branded/origi- nal content projects for clients such as Converse, ESPN, HBO, Nike, Samsung, Uniqlo, and Red Bull, will help manage and execute Versus projects across all areas of production and post. KATHY-ANNE MCMANUS Burlington, MA's Avid welcomes media technology services expert Kathy-Anne "KAM" McManus as senior VP of global customer solutions and services. With more than 30 years of experience in providing services, support and education to creative individu- als, teams and large media enterprises, KAM returns to the company to establish a service strategy to fur- ther optimize customers' and users' experience and success with Avid tools and solutions. Previous roles with Avid include VP of worldwide professional services and director of services for Asia Pacific, and senior leadership roles with Adobe, Amdocs and Ericsson and telecommunications operator Telstra. CRAIG ROHRER New York's Crew Cuts has promoted Craig Rohrer to editor. Rohrer has worked at the studio for seven years, most recently as junior editor. He got his start as an editor while attending the University of Miami, where he filmed and edited his wakeboarding team's competitions. Most recently, Rohrer worked on the comedic Spectrum Monsters campaign from creative agency, Something Different. POST MAGAZINE (ISSN 0891-5628) is published monthly by Post,LLC, a COP Communications company, 620 West Elk Avenue, Glendale, California 91204. Subscription rates: $63 for one year in the United States & Possessions; $94 for one year in Canada and Mexico; all other countries $133 for one year. For air-expedited service, include an additional $75 per order annually. 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