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PEOPLE 48 POST OCTOBER 2016 AMANDA TIBBITS Minneapolis, MN-based Volt Studios has named executive producer Amanda Tibbits a partner. Since joining Volt as EP in 2014, Tibbits has been a vital part of every project and instrumental in developing the studio's creative partnerships. Tibbits is involved in all projects, working closely with agencies and brands on campaigns of all sizes and scope. Among them, collaborations with Fallon for Arby's, Carmichael Lynch and Subaru, Mono and Life Cereal, Target and Girls Empowerment for Sesame Street Workshop. She has also been instrumental in developing the company's talent network. Key agency roles prior to joining Volt Studios include Mono and Fallon. CHRIS COLLINS Reel FX, with studios in Dallas and Santa Monica, recently added editor Chris Collins to its roster. Collins is a polished editor, voiceover artist and photography devotee with vast experience cut- ting domestic and international spots for such top clients as Jeep, Ram, GameStop, Hasbro, T.G.I. Fridays, Salvation Army and Tostitos. Collins' most recent editing efforts include col- laborations with top brand and agency clients, including The Richards Group, Moroch, D3, Mary Kay and others. The Michigan native studied film at Full Sail University but discovered his passion for editing in his teen years by shooting and editing videos for his high school's news program. He later worked as assistant editor for Renaissance Television and Film, and then for 3008. ANDY GREEN, SEAN FAZENDE Cut+Run recently promot- ed Andy Green and Sean Fazende to editors, both of whom are available to work at any of the studio's New York, Los Angeles, London, Austin or San Francisco locations. Green is known for cutting comedy and dialogue. Over the last year, prior to assuming the editor title at Cut+Run, Green cut Cisco with GS&P, OXO via Muhtayzik Hoffer and Cesar with BBDO SF. With Jay Nelson, he contributed to projects for brands that include Gatorade, VW, Microsoft and Old Navy. Three years ago, Sean Fazende joined Cut+Run, where he has fostered his talent for music videos, editing for such artists as Disclosure Feat, Lorde; Smashing Pumpkins; Zayn Malik; and Selena Gomez (2016 VMA Nominee Kill 'em with Kindness). Prior to joining Cut+Run, Fazende held staff positions at Arcade and Beast. EIVIND HOLMBOE LA's Native Content has added director Eivind Holmboe to its directorial roster. With a global portfolio and over 15 years behind the camera, Holmboe's work has been honored with numberous awards. Born and raised in Norway, Holmboe began his career on the agency side after attending art school in San Francisco. He worked as a creative at David & Goliath, Leo Burnett, and Deutsch on interna- tional accounts including McDonald's and Visa before transitioning to directing. As a director he has crafted memorable spots for leading brands including Volkswagen, TiVo, Vodafone, Budweiser, PlayStation, Corona, Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Audi and many others. PAOLO MOSCATELLI Smoke & Mirrors (S&M) has appointed Paolo Moscatelli visual effects supervisor to head up its growing CG department in Bangkok. A member of the Visual Effects Society, Paolo joins S&M from Finito!, where he spent six years carving out a reputation as one of Asia's leading creative talents. His career has spanned many continents. In addition to his long experience in Asia, he has also enjoyed successful spells in France, Italy and 14 years in Los Angeles. As former digital supervisor at Hammerhead Productions, he worked on many blockbuster movies, including 2 Fast 2 Furious, Herbie Fully Loaded, The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, The Chronicles of Riddick, Wanted and 2012. He also has expe- rience as a senior technical director at Sony Pictures Imageworks. ALEJANDRO DELGADO New York's Hooligan welcomes award-win- ning editor Alejandro Delgado to its roster. A bilingual talent from Spain, Delgado brings nearly two decades of experience editing film, television and commercial content for markets across Europe and the Americas. His signing marks Hooligan's commitment to serving the needs of its agency and brand clients in both the general and US Hispanic market. Delgado previously worked with Hooligan as a freelancer, including a project for Apple with Oscar-nominated documenta- ry filmmaker Sam Green, as well as on campaigns for the NYC Langone Institute and Invokana. Born and raised in Madrid, Delgado's filmmaking career took off in his native city as a senior editor and visual effects director at Delirium Post, cutting campaigns for such brands as Audi, McDonald's, Fiat and Sony. 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. Single copies (prepaid only): $16 in the United States; $32 in Canada and Mexico; $47 all other countries. Back issues, if available, are $32 for the U.S. & Possessions; $63 for Canada and Mexico; $94 for all other countries. Include $8.00 per order plus $3 per additional copy for U.S. postage and handling. If shipping outside the U.S., include an additional $14 per order plus $5 per ad- ditional copy. 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