Lauren Arnold Returns to Encore, Joins Sales Team

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Encore, a Deluxe company, has expanded its sales team with the addition of Sales Executive Lauren Arnold. Arnold will work closely with Encore SVP of Global Enterprise Sales Jennifer ‘JT’ Tellefsen to grow key accounts and ensure clients are fully supported. She returns to the Deluxe family from Picture Shop Post.

“Lauren is fabulous. She has a great demeanor and energy, and knows our clients well; we’re very happy to have her back at Encore as part of our fantastic team as we continue to grow to meet client demand. It’s an incredible time for episodic post production; we’ve handled more than 140 projects this year to date, many in HDR or Dolby Vision and most at 4K resolution or above, and are committed to providing each client with top tier service,” said Tellefsen.

“Knowing Encore’s workflow and high caliber of talent and clients, it was an easy decision to return. I’m thrilled to be back with such a leader in the post production space and look forward to deepening our relationships as Encore continues to embrace advanced formats,” Arnold said.

Arnold previously oversaw global marketing for Deluxe creative brands, including Company 3, Method Studios, Encore, Beast and EFILM, before transitioning to business development for Deluxe’s early initiatives in VR. She first joined Encore in 2013, managing worldwide marketing initiatives and events in support of sales initiatives. Prior to Deluxe, Arnold was an event producer, facilitated strategic partnerships and implemented activations for notable brands.

Encore specializes in customized, file-based post-production services and high-caliber visual effects for episodic television. With locations in Hollywood, London, New York, Vancouver and Toronto, Encore ensures a seamless experience across facilities. Armed with a powerful technical infrastructure proven expertise, its talent delivers color management, editing, dailies and VFX for deadline-driven shows. A leader since 1985, Encore has deftly navigated technology transitions to pioneer file-based workflows, 4K pipelines, and HDR.