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PEOPLE 48 POST NOVEMBER 2016 NIKKI ROMA New York previs boutique Edit 1 has added Nikki Roma as senior producer. She will work both in business development and as a producer, help- ing client's work through the complex process of animatics, pre-visualization, test commercials and broadcast spots. Joining Edit 1 marks a reunion between Roma and executive producer Michael Donovan, who hired her to her first post job in 2011 as a sales associate for post house Nice Shoes. NURI DJAVIT Hollywood's strategic branding and marketing agen- cy Troika has hired Nuri Djavit as its new general manager. Djavit joins Troika with 17 years of experi- ence in global digital marketing and advertising, and will oversee day-to-day operations and lead agency growth, development and innovation from within. Most recently, Djavit served as the chief marketing officer at Emotiv, a San Francisco-based tech com- pany, where he carried out marketing efforts and key commercial activities with brands such as Disney, ABC, Lucas Arts, and Sony, and organizations such as the World Economic Forum. AMANDA MOREAU The New York office of the Nomad Editing Company continues its expansion with the recent signing of editor/partner Amanda Moreau. The studio offers ed- iting services with integrated VFX and sound design. Moreau helped launch the New York office of Beast, where she gained 10 years of experience as a senior editor. During her career, she has worked with leading brands, including Reebok, Garnier, Duke Energy, Ikea and Champs. Nomad is preparing to begin construction on a larger space to allow for more edit rooms and finishing suites for Flame and After Effects. KATHRIN LAUSCH, NICK HAYNES MPC New York has added Kathrin Lausch and Nick Haynes to its team — two senior-level talents that will help handle a surge in new assignments. Lausch joins the studio as head of new business development, focusing on the growing area of client-direct work. A seasoned production executive, Lausch was most recently EP at the New York office of Ntropic. She brings two decades of experience as an EP to her new position, having worked with a roster of production and post companies that includes B-Reel, Partizan Entertainment and Compass Films. Haynes has deep roots in the New York post and VFX arena, having moved to the city from London in 2002 to help launch the first US office of The Mill. In his 10 years with the company he held a range of production and management positions that corresponded with its growth and expansion. DAN MALONEY Deluxe creative editorial company Beast has added seasoned editor Dan Maloney to the talent roster of its New York facility. Maloney's editorial experience spans more than 16 years and includes a strong background in cutting comedy and documentary projects. Some of his recent credits include work for Gillette, ZocDoc and Audi. Maloney got his start cutting at The Whitehouse. He's also spent time at Spotwelders, and was with Cut+Run before joining Beast. He is currently working on a short documentary for Nowness, directed by James Casey. ELLESE JOBIN, ADAM BAZADONA Cut+Run NY has promoted Ellese Jobin to head of production and Adam Bazadona to editor. Jobin's ca- reer started at Cut+Run, initially work- ing in client service and reception. She quickly became involved in projects, assuming the role of producer and eventually senior producer. As head of production, she will oversee Cut+Run's NY producer team and all facets of the post process in a management capacity. Bazadona started as an assistant at Cut+Run in 2009 and, over the years, has worked alongside Jon Grover, Gary Knight, Akiko Iwakawa, among other editors at the studio. His credits include work on Green Day's Oh Love music video, and collaborations with Mercedes, Kobe Bryant, Verizon Wireless and Blue Apron. TONY FRANKLIN LA Boutique commercial production company Native Content has added director Tony Franklin to its team. Franklin's advertising career began at Target, where he served as an in-house art director while also di- recting music videos and documentary shorts on the side. His shorts received international acclaim, includ- ing Miss Monroe and Derby Man. After a decade at Target, Franklin decided to pursue directing full-time and quickly earned success as a freelance commercial director, working with agencies such as Leo Burnett and BBDO to create spots for BMW, Pizza Hut, Purina Dog Chow, Hormel, Gatorade, The Florida Lottery, and others. CRISTINA RACKOFF Senior editor Cristina Rackoff has joined New York's Moondog Edit. Rackoff spent the last year and half freelancing for a number of top New York post com- panies. Prior to that, she was with Big Sky Editorial for over a decade. A self-taught editing enthusiast, Rackoff mastered Final Cut Pro even before entering the School of Visual Arts' editing program. She became so fluent with the program that she worked for Apple Computer while attending SVA, teaching FCP at their SoHo store. She later landed a job at Big Sky, eventually serving as senior editor. 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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