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PEOPLE 48 POST AUGUST 2015 NORA MINDELL Bicoastal music shop Elias has added Nora Mindell as a producer in its Santa Monica studio. Coming from the agency side at Deutsch LA and Dailey Advertising, Mindell has produced broadcast com- mercials, radio spots, Web videos, sizzle reels, animatics and case study videos for a wide range of clients, including Ford, Nestle, Dole, Target, Taco Bell, Nintendo and Volkswagen. At Dailey, Mindell also served as an agency music resource, handling music searches for licensing, commissioning original compositions and working with music vendors, stock libraries, record labels, publishing companies and inde- pendent artists. RESH SIDHU Framestore has brought on Resh Sidhu as a creative director of the Virtual Reality Studio in NYC, which opened its doors last April. She will use creative direc- tion, storytelling and conceptual ideation to help lead the growing VR team in creating groundbreaking work for clients. Prior to Framestore, Sidhu was a creative director at AKQA London, where she lead multi-dis- ciplinary teams serving clients like Xbox, Nivea, M&S, Nissan Global & Nissan Europe, Infiniti, Kraft Mondelez and Beiersdorf. Sidhu's most recent work includes the Nissan IDx experience featuring Oculus VR technology. KIMBERLY ABELS Wondersmith in Charlotte, NC, has added veteran agency and creative producer Kimberly Abels to its staff as senior producer. For more than five years, Abels held the position of broadcast producer for Trone Brand Energy, where she has managed productions for the North Carolina Education Lottery and numerous nation- al and regional accounts. Prior to joining Trone Brand Energy, Abels was senior producer for the bicoastal production company Thornberg and Forester in New York for two years. That position followed previ- ous stints as a producer for Eyeball and J. Walter Thompson Worldwide, also in New York City. JAMES TUREK Chicago-based conceptual design company Leviathan recently added producer James Turek to its team. Over the past several years, Turek has been a freelancer, following more than eight years working on major film, TV and commercial projects in Hollywood. From 2012 to 2013, he was Marvel Studios' stereo coordinator, where he contributed to both Iron Man 3 and Thor: The Dark World. Prior to that, he spent sev- en years with Zoic Studios in LA, where he began as VFX coordinator and also held the position of production and stage manager. His TV credits include CSI and Falling Skies, among many others. 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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Authorization to photocopy items for internal or personal use, or the internal or personal use of specific clients, is granted by is granted by POST, LLC for li- braries and other users registered with the Copyright Clearance Center, 222 Rosewood Dr. Danvers, MA 01923 phone: 978-750-8400 fax 978-750-4470; call for copying beyond that permitted by Sections 107 or 108 of the U.S. Copyright Law. For those not registered with the CCC, send permission request in writing to Permissions Dept. POST, LLC 620 West Elk Avenue, Glendale, California 91204. JACLYN RANERE Jaclyn Ranere, an entrepreneurial executive with digi- tal and interactive experience in music, video and film, will serve as Deluxe Entertainment Services Group's VP of global marketing and communications. Ranere is charged with leading the global marketing and communication strategy at Deluxe, which has opera- tions in New York, Los Angeles and around the world. She joins the company from The Orchard, where she led efforts to shape and communicate the company's value to its record label, artist/artist management and filmmaker clients. Before joining The Orchard in 2004, she ran Moonshoot Productions, a company fo- cused on creating and using video to drive digital marketing campaigns. MARTIN EVES Panasas, a provider of high performance hybrid scale- out NAS, has appointed Martin Eves vice president of sales for the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region. Eves will be responsible for managing regional expansion, leading sales initiatives and engaging part- ners in the region. Eves has more than 20 years of EMEA sales expe- rience in the IT solutions and storage marketplace. Prior to joining Panasas, he held senior leadership positions for the communications and cloud service industries at Oracle. RANDY RECK Randy Reck has joined Hollywood's MTI Film as direc- tor of product development. He will oversee product development, sales and marketing for Cortex, the company's line of dailies solutions, DRS Nova, its digital restoration package, and other software-based prod- ucts. His background includes senior technology posts with Panavision, Efilm and Encore Hollywood. Reck previously served as director, product man- agement, digital workflow systems for Panavision, where he helped to design and implement Panavision's large-format camera systems. He spent seven years as chief engineer at Efilm, where he was the system architect for CinemaScan, its data-based dailies system. He began his career as an engineer with Encore Hollywood. RON POMERANTZ Pongo, the Hollywood-based creative marketing agency, has named Ron Pomerantz its new vice pres- ident of content & strategy. Pomerantz joins Pongo from Disney Channel, where he was VP, marketing & creative. In his new position, he will spearhead the new creative content division for Pongo, and be responsible for developing strategic content for enter- tainment and retail brands. The new unit will develop and produce interstitial content, PSAs, commercials and B-to-B integration as Pongo expands its current client offerings to charita- ble and philanthropic arms.

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