Riding the rising wave of TV production demand for visual effects, FuseFX has expanded its footprint in New York. The studio has moved its operations into a larger facility, able to accommodate a team of over 50 artists to help tackle FuseFX’s workload — which has increased steadily since it first opened its NYC office in 2014.
FuseFXs new New York quarters are located in the same SoHo building as its original facility, but provide more than 60% more space. The studio has also beefed up its 4K-optimized workflow with additional workstations, more servers and larder rendering farm.
The studio has also been gradually upping its numbers of artists and production staff, according to Head of Production/Senior Visual Effects Supervisor Greg Anderson. “Production activity has grown steadily all year. Our new space is perfect for our current needs and for the future. … We’ve been slowly integrating people into our processes, methodologies and philosophies. Our senior artists and producers have been with FuseFX for a long time and that enables us to deliver consistently excellent results to our clients.”
FuseFX NY recently wrapped work on season two of The Blacklist for NBC, and is currently providing vfx services for The Get Down (Netflix), Mr. Robot (USA), Marvel’s Luke Cage (Netflix) and Sneaky Pete (Amazon). Headquartered in Los Angeles, the company also has a facility in Vancouver. Learn more at fusefx.com.