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Method adds to Atlanta-based VFX team

May 28, 2014
Method adds to Atlanta-based VFX team
ATLANTA — Method Studios Atlanta (www.methodstudios.com), the Georgia-based unit of Deluxe’s global visual effects company, has added veteran effects artist Glen Bennett and producer Natalia Wrobel to its roster of local talent. Method Atlanta provides a broad range of VFX services to commercial and TV productions. Bennett has been named as senior visual effects supervisor at the effects house and Wrobel as visual effects producer.

“These important appointments signify our commitment to the production and post explosion that has been occurring in the Southeast,” states Deluxe Creative Services president, Stefan Sonnenfeld. “We are thrilled to have Glen and Natalia on board.”

Bennett has worked in VFX for more than 25 years. He was a visual effects supervisor and artist on commercial spots for Dodge, Buick, Microsoft, Apple and others, and has film credits including work on Disney’s The Lone Ranger and Paramount’s Pain and Gain. He is an accomplished Flame/Inferno compositor, with previous experience working with Sea Level VFX in Venice, CA, and Asylum VFX and Base 2 Studios of Santa Monica.

Wrobel most recently was an effects producer for New York-based Light of Day. Her credits include spots for Arby’s, Dole, General Mills, Listerine, Ragu and many other national campaigns. Wrobel’s prior experience included work in business account management and other corporate posts.