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- Friday, Sep. 17, 2021
Nomad adds sr. lead Flame artist Morris, head of VFX production St. Vincent
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- NEW YORK
Nomad has added sr. lead Flame artist Steve Morris and head of VFX production Alyssa St. Vincent to its New York studio.
Morris joins Nomad after seven years as a sr. Flame artist at Method, where he worked on campaigns for brands such as Squarespace (featuring Oscar the Grouch and a Super Bowl spot with Winona Ryder), Heath and Johnson & Johnson via UM, and Comcast for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics via Spark Foundry. Prior to Method, Morris spent nearly five years as a VFX artist at Company3.
Morris is also no stranger to long-form content, having collaborated with Marvel on several projects including Guardians of the Galaxy 2 and The Defenders. His work has also been featured in blockbuster films like Drive, Tower Heist, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close and Runaway, to name a few.
Nomad’s NYC VFX team has been growing exponentially over the past year, starting from integrating more CG and design jobs into its editing projects and now branching further into independent VFX realms. In addition to overseeing all this work at Nomad NYC, Morris will also help mentor other East Coast artists, and will collaborate with Nomad’s international VFX teams in L.A., London, and Tokyo.
To help manage the fast growth in NYC, Nomad is also welcoming St. Vincent as head of VFX production. She joins the company from her most recent role as executive producer for Taylor James/Smoke & Mirrors. Prior to that, she served as an EP for Strange & Wonderful and Eight VFX, where she also worked not only on commercials but also on films like Cary Fukunaga’s Beasts of No Nation and Craig Gilespie’s I, Tonya. Her credits span brands such as BMW, Rolex, Nike, AT&T, Puma and Mountain Dew, garnering multiple awards at Cannes and the D&AD Awards. Additionally, St. Vincent and Nomad partner/EP Jennifer Lederman served on the AICP board of directors for a number of years together.