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Leading media services business dock10 has today announced the appointment of Hannah Entwistle as Senior Producer in the VFX department.
Entwistle’s previous experience includes a stint as Post Production Producer at Manchester-based production house 422 and as Producer for Equinox Film and Television in MediaCityUK. Her most recent experience came as Agency Producer for McCann Manchester.
As a Senior Producer, Entwistle will work with and manage clients for dock10, while closely collaborating with the business’s industry-leading team of VFX creatives and operators.
Leading media services business dock10 has today announced the appointment of Seth Bell in as post producer in a rapidly growing VFX department.
Bell has several years’ experiences in production and post having worked in London for Motion Picture Solutions and most recently as Post Production Manager for international short-form creative agency Picture Production Company.
The post producer position we see Bell working alongside a team of artists as an integral part of dock10’s industry-leading VFX department, reporting to senior producers and the Head of VFX.
Leading media services business dock10 has today announced the appointment of Darren Deans as its head of marketing. Deans has more than 25 years’ experience in the broadcast industry, having held key marketing roles in organisations including Babcock Media Services, WRN Broadcast, Arqiva and Kingston Inmedia.
dock10, the leading media services business based at MediaCityUK, announces today the appointment of Brian Hardman as Head of Broadcast Operations for Post Production. Hardman joins from The Farm North, based in BBC North , where he worked as Director of Operations.
MediaCityUK-based dock10 has announced a deal to acquire 100% of the shares of 422, the long established Manchester based post production and vfx business. The deal excludes 422’s sister company based in Glasgow, serving the Scottish market, which will stay under its existing independent ownership and will re-brand in the coming months.