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Page 41 of 43 40 POST JAN/FEB 2020 PEOPLE TERRY McCARTHY The American Society of Cinematographers has named Terry McCarthy CEO of the LA organization. In this newly-created role, McCarthy will be responsible for all business matters relating to the Society, including events, educational efforts and publishing. With more than 30 years of experience in journalism, McCarthy is a four-time Emmy winner and recipient of an Edward R. Murrow Award. He brings extensive non-profit management experience to the ASC, having previously served as president of the American Academy in Berlin, and prior to that, as president and CEO of the Los Angeles World Affairs Council. NICK DOERING International creative audio network Squeak E. Clean Studios has added Nick Doering as a producer, work- ing out of the company's New York studio. Doering will leverage his creative and business expertise in music production to facilitate creative collaborations between the studio's slate of composers and sound designers. A musician, Doering majored in music production and engineering while attending Berklee College of Music in Boston and later cut his teeth in the industry on the synchronization and licensing team at Primary Wave Music Publishing, where he oversaw and ran a pitch database of over 20,000 copyrights. BRYEN HENSLEY Co-owners Jamie Vanadia and Cory Coken of full service audio production and post production facility NoiseFloor Ltd in Chicago welcome Bryen Hensley as part owner of the studio. A 27-year veteran in the post audio business, Hensley has worked at a number of post houses in the Midwest before bringing his skills and knowledge to NoiseFloor. Hensley's long- time relationship with Coken and Vanadia goes back to their years together in the film industry and spans more than 20 years. Hensley joined NoiseFloor three years ago before becoming part owner. BRIAN WILLIAMS, KATIE MCQUILLAN Following the launch of its new office in London, creative studio Ntropic has brought on directors Brian Williams and Katie McQuillan (KAM). KAM joins Ntropic from The Mill, where she earned a spot as director. Over her career, KAM has worked on various spots for EA Sports/FIFA, the Irish e-commerce startup Haru, and her own short film, A-Z of NI. Williams originates from the world of graphic design, having worked on album covers (most famously U2's Zooropa) before becoming an advertising and short film director. He's created campaigns for Toyota, Bridgestone and Children in Need, cinematic stories for Jose Cuervo, and high concept work for Rolls Royce. CECE HALL Studio City, CA-based Motion Picture Sound Editors recently honored Cecelia "Cece" Hall with its Career Achievement Award at the 67th Annual Golden Reel Awards ceremony. Hall received an Academy Award nomination in 1987 for her work on Top Gun and four years later won the Oscar for The Hunt for Red October. Other credits include such classics as Star Trek I, II & III; Beverly Hills Cop I & II; Witness; Addams Family I & II and Days of Thunder. A past president of the MPSE, she served for many years as senior vice president for post production sound at Paramount Pictures, and teaches a graduate course in post production sound at UCLA's School for Theater, Film and Television. JASON USON Austin, TX-based Dell Blue, the internal creative agency for Dell, has added Jason Uson as senior lead creative editor. Uson has worked on commercials, online content, films and documentaries throughout the course of his career. Some of his credits include work for Zales, Southwest Airlines, Nike, Budweiser, Walgreens and Harpo Films. At Dell Blue, he has already cut a campaign for Alienware, directed by Tony Kaye. Uson is also owner of Foundation Editorial, a full-service post production boutique in Austin that has worked on projects for Nike, Air Force, Southwest Airlines, Walgreens, Nissan, LPGA, West Elm, Asics, Dell Children's Hospital, Ace Hardware and many others. LINDSAY ELIZABETH DONOVAN Lindsay Elizabeth Donovan has joined Encore Vancouver, a Deluxe subsidiary, in the role of vice president, sales. She comes to the company from Technicolor, where she served as director of sales since 2014. Donovan previously served as a sales team leader at Fusion Cine, where she spent more than four years connecting cinematographers and directors with the desired cameras and lenses for each project. She has also worked in various production capacities for projects such as The Colbert Report and The L Word. A member of the Vancouver Post Alliance, Donovan has served on its board of directors and played an integral role in the creation and stewardship of the non-profit's mentorship program. VINCENT TAYLOR Senior colorist Vincent Taylor has brought his experi- ence in color grading and cinematography to the New York office of the Moving Picture Company (MPC). Taylor had previously spent three years leading the color department in MPC's studio in Shanghai prior to moving to New York. Originally a cinematographer, Taylor moved from working behind the camera when he helped shoot a short film for friends and ended up assisting with the color grade. Taylor's color grading work ranges from comedy to fashion to automo- tive to food and beverage for such clients as Airbnb, Bentley, BMW, Coca Cola, Sky TV, Mercedes, L'Oréal and Johnnie Walker. 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. 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