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- Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018
Infinite Fiction adds lead designer Clack, EP Aitken
People on the Move
Creative studio Infinite Fiction has added seasoned lead designer Cody Clack and executive producer Amy Aitken to its roster. The two join lead artist Jason Vigue and a team of high-end designers, artists, modelers and compositors.
Clack gained his expertise in the industry working at shops like Post Op Editorial and Man On Fire. In 2017 he teamed up with editor Adam Henderson to win 2017’s Adobe’s prestigious “Make the Cut’ competition, which launched Imagine Dragon’s highly acclaimed ‘Believer’ music video. “Cody is a great designer first,” said Vigue, “but it’s his amazing skillset that allows him to elevate whatever challenge we get handed quickly, with a fresh modern tone. He brings an infectiously novel attitude that perfectly complements all the different personalities on our team.”
With over 20 years of postproduction know-how under her belt, Aitken brings a strong combination of sales, marketing and management experience to Infinite Fiction. A career that began on the West Coast at shops like The Finish Line and Mad River Post eventually found Aitken returning to her Texas roots. After a stint at Dallas’ Post Asylum, she was brought on at Infinite Fiction’s sister company, Republic Editorial, as senior producer, before taking on her most recent post as EP for Rising Fall.
Aitken’s previous experience with Republic Editorial allowed her to seamlessly begin collaborating with a welcoming and familiar client base that she’s looking to build upon. In her new role, Aitken will focus on developing Infinite Fiction’s sales and marketing strategy, growing its client roster and further developing the team and its capabilities which include the conception and creation of motion design, 3D animation and high-end visual effects. The studio has already tackled projects for Samsung, McDonald’s, Universal Studios, Dairy Queen, SMU and Pizza Hut, and has new projects for AT&T, Audi and Capital One in the pipeline.