|"When we seek to discover the best in others, we somehow bring out the best in ourselves." ~William Arthur Ward|
PGM Artists is pleased to announce it has signed Flip Film+Design, a Knoxville-based production company. Flip was formed in 2005 by Director/DP Phil Hardison who brings nearly 20 years of solid live-action film experience, with a particularly strong background in retail fashion. “PGM has assembled an impressive array of creative talent, we’re very excited to be included in such an dynamic group.” says Hardison.
Flip Film+Design understands the importance of balancing creative ideas and production value with clarity-of message and welcomes the opportunity to work with clients to create advertising that is impactful and effective.
Flip provides the necessary focus and attention to your project, no matter how big or how small and is dedicated to bringing together just the right resources to bring your creative to fruition. Flip also boasts partnerships with broadcast design and music teams that provide an exceptional level of post-production elements for your project. To see Flip’s work please visit their site. http://www.flipfilmanddesign.com/
Node Entertainment, a digital production company based in Stockholm, Sweden, was founded by Jens-Peter Sjoberg in 2007 with the vision to give the global entertainment marketplace a new step forward into the digital frontier. Jens-Peter Sjoberg has over 10 years experience in film and visual effects. He has worked on notable feature films such as The Golden Compass, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings & Superman Returns. He started as an Inferno/Flame Artist and has evolved into roles as a VFX Supervisor and Creative Director.
As of March 2009, PGM Artists welcomes Node Entertainment to its roster for national representation. PGM Artists’ CEO Phil McIntyre notes, JP’s expertise as a proven international visual effects artist combined with his production/design chops makes him an interesting talent to agent to our clientele. We’re excited to have him in our mix and revere the innate creative flexibilities he possesses to meet this current challenging media climate.