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- Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019
Ntropic hires sr. producer Will Mok
People on the Move
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Following the recent launch of its NYC color department and the addition of colorist Ayumi Ashley, content creator Ntropic has hired Will Mok as sr. producer. Mok will collaborate with Ntropic’s New York and L.A. teams, including colorist Nick Sanders, to further strengthen the company’s color, VFX, and design capabilities.
This marks Mok’s return to Ntropic. “Having worked in a variety of production roles, I was looking to lean a bit more into the color side of postproduction while still staying connected to the VFX work and clients,” said Mok. “Coming back just felt like a perfect fit for my needs. I have deep relationships with so many people at Ntropic, like creative directors Ryan Duggan and Aaron Vasquez, that it was like coming home. Also, I heard about Ayumi’s great reputation and jumped at the chance to work with her.”
Over the course of his career, Mok has held senior production roles at such companies as The Mill (NY and London), Gretel, and Click 3X.
Mok’s addition is the latest in a series of major announcements for Ntropic’s color department. Most recently, colorist Sanders completed work on the high-profile film Rising for R/GA and The Ad Council’s “Love Has No Labels” campaign. Ntropic colorist Ashley and EP Helena Lee also worked with non-profit Free the Bid, building out its database of international female colorists in furtherance of their mission to promote equal opportunities for women across the production pipeline.