Alex Hislop + Bart Olejniczak join Pixelbox Asia

PB_Alex_Bart.jpgPixelBox Asia has added two major talents to further strengthen its CG and VFX department.

Alex Hislop (pictured left) joins as PixelBox's Head of CG from London's MPC where he spent 8 years with animation credits that include World War Z, Harry Potter, Narnia & Pirates of the Caribbean.

Bart Olejniczak (right) also joins as FX Technical Director specialising in simulations and fluid dynamics as well as motion graphics, compositing and CGI work having trained at Escape Studios in the UK.
"Both Alex and Bart are excellent additions to our VFX and CG team. They further increase our ability to deliver world class VFX, reinforcing our position as one of Asia's premier post houses. Their talent will be available in both Hong Kong and Shanghai," said Chris Thorp, PixelBox Managing Director.

In 2013, PixelBox has continued to facilate varied projects Asia wide that includes work for Honda China starring Christiano Ronaldo (Hakuhodo Guangzhou), Toyota (Hakuhodo Malaysia), Smart Communications (DDB Manila), Volkswagen Golf (DMG), Suntory-PepsiCo (JWT Vietnam), Rejoice (Leo Burnett Mumbai) and Prudential (Hong Kong).

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