ZERO VFX Boston Expands Management Team, Appoints Sarah Spitz as Executive Producer

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Ad Agency Veteran Spitz Joins ZERO to Expand Commercial Business; 

ZERO Seeks to Bring New Feature Films to Boston

Boston, MA (December 11, 2013)

– ZERO VFX (

www.zerovfx.com

) today announced it has expanded its management team with the appointment of Sarah Spitz as executive producer. In her new role, Sarah will be charged with expanding ZERO’s global commercial business, as well as with overseeing content production for ZERO’s existing client base. Sarah will work directly with ZERO’s founding executive/creative team, Brian Drewes and Sean Devereaux.   “Sarah joins ZERO at a momentous time for our shop. As we prepare to close the books on a highly successful 2013, we’ve got our focus on 2014 as a year of new growth and exciting new opportunities in both our commercial and film groups. As Sean and I look to aggressively expand our film business and attract more features to Boston, Sarah will play an integral role in driving growth in our commercial business,” said Brian Drewes, co-founder and president of ZERO VFX.   Sarah began her career at McCann-Erickson NY in 1996 with a position in the Broadcast Production department. Following McCann, she spent 5 years at BBDO NY working on such clients as Pepsi, VISA and General Electric. In 2003, she left New York and joined Arnold Worldwide, Boston, where she was most recently a VP/executive producer. During her career in both Boston and New York, she has received numerous industry awards, including an Emmy nomination in 2006 for her work on the Truth Anti-Smoking campaign.  

About ZERO

Small, nimble, creative and highly innovative, the group of visual effects and digital media artists at ZERO question standard assumptions and challenge the status quo. We tap into each others' passion, vision and energy to push creative further. We change, we evolve, we direct, we produce, we develop; we are impassioned by our projects and inspired by our clients. We strive for excellence in every work we create. We bring it.   At ZERO, the team is everything. It’s an environment we encourage, and in it, we thrive.  It allows for more iterations, more opportunities for creative input and most of all, better work with fewer compromises.   We also innovate. We don’t just tap into the cloud, we designed a better one that’s tailored to what we do and how we do it. New cloud based technologies that we designed and built help us work smarter, faster and with global efficiency.   ZERO VFX visual effects and post production studio is physically based in Boston, Massachusetts. But our impact is felt everywhere. To learn more, please visit

www.zerovfx.com

.  

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