Creative studio Splice has hired VFX supervisor Andrew Sagar. His most recent position was as a sr. compositor at Scoundrel VFX in New York. Prior to that, he was VFX supervisor at World Wide FX in Shreveport, Louisiana, where he managed a team of 40 artists and support staff, working on such feature films as “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D,” “The Expendables,” “Home Front,” “Olympus Has Fallen,” and “Conan The Barbarian.” Previously Sagar served as sr. editor/VFX artist at Precinct 13 Entertainment in Crestline, Ohio, where he collaborated on commercials, music videos, and feature films.
Last month, Splice celebrated the launch of the newest season of the original documentary series “America Unearthed.” Created and produced by Committee Films and featuring VFX by Splice, “America Unearthed” has become the #1 series of all time for The History Channel’s H2. Sagar is collaborating on the new series and other projects for Splice. Sagar’s talent expands the visual effects capacity of SPLICE, as the company continues to grow its feature and episodic television visual effects team.