VHQ Singapore expands their team and capabilities with two new senior appointments

VHQ Singapore.jpgVHQ Singapore has appointed Kevin Hui as Senior Online Artist and Desmond Seow as Lead Motion Graphic Artist.

Armed with almost 3 decades of experience, Hui's exposure ranges from TVCs, branded content, long form & films! Originally from Hong Kong Hui's forte lies in Beauty & Lifestyle, working on brands such as L'Oréal, Pantene and Olay. In VHQ Singapore, Hui hopes to hone his skills in beauty further with the clients VHQ works on like SKII, Ponds, Clear, making beautiful effects so desirable yet natural looking for consumer. Hui reports to Country Head Michael Tan.
Seow brings to the team over 2 decades of Motion Graphic & Design experience and reports to Jon Ang, CGI Supervisor. Known to be the fastest (and funniest) designer in the industry, Seow has worked on various projects such as local film VFX scenes, channel branding design and packaging across countries, corporate communications work, plenty government work, some commercials, expensive and cheap ones, On-air promos that ranged from Korean soap to Anime to Entertainment, Original Productions such as 'The Amazing Race Asia', 'Asia's Got Talent', the 'Apprentice Asia' just to name a few.

"With the changing needs of our clients for post-production work, we felt it is only appropriate that we scale up on our services and offerings. Both Kevin and Desmond's hire was strategic to meet the current demands of the industry. We constantly strive to deliver the best for our clients and hiring the right talents assures our clients the quality of work that we can offer," said Tan.

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