Visual Effects Trio Launches Synaptic VFX
June 27, 2012 | 11:05 pm or 11:05 pm GMT
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New boutique teams artistic and technical resources for films, commercials and 3D stereo productions
Synaptic was launched to offer the combined visual effects expertise of the company’s three partners; Shahen Jordan, Ken Gust and Shant Jordan. The result is a junction of creative and technical talents ready to provide VFX design, production, 3D stereo conversion, DI, editorial, and finishing services for feature films, commercials and 3D stereo productions. This knowledge base is further enhanced with the industry acumen that executive producer, Rebecca Ramsey adds to the studio’s leadership. With backgrounds in independent film, traditional animation, business development, fine art, theatrical production, digital workflow, acting, and stereo 3D production, they’ve all worked in start up companies before. Now they are thrilled to be opening up their own studio to expand their talents to their fullest potential. Beyond their work that you’ve seen in The Green Lantern, Alice in Wonderland, and Where the Wild Things Are, they’ve also contributed to the visual effects and 3D Stereo effects in Shark Boy and Lava Girl 3D, Night at the Museum:Battle of the Smithsonian, Iron Man, Terminator Salvation, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Get Smart, and From Dusk Till Dawn in addition to an array of commercials, television series and specials and games. Synaptic’s artfully designed Burbank-based boutique expresses the expansion of a team with the passion and ability to make things happen for their clients, with efficiency, artistry and respect. It’s a place where harmonious skill sets are uniting in full force to a meticulous effect.