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Click 3X Continues Live-Action Push with Mayne

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Click 3X Live’s new senior live-action producer, Belinda Mayne.

Click 3X is continuing its push into live action with the addition of Belinda Mayne as Click 3X Live’s new senior live-action producer. With expertise running the production gamut from design and branding to VFX, 3D, illustration and titles, Mayne brings an understanding of where her live-action work fits into Click 3X’s production pipeline.

“I’m really excited that Belinda is here,” said Click 3X Live EP Mary Crosse. “Click 3X Live is a division that’s growing rapidly. Belinda is a versatile talent with broad production experience ranging from live-action commercials, longer form content and postproduction including animation and breakthrough VFX. She is able to overcome production challenges and find creative solutions at all budget levels.”

Mayne has established herself as a top-notch organizer, assembling talented groups that finish projects on time and under budget. Her commercial client list includes Toyota, Disney, P&G and Lexus. She has produced music videos for Sony Music, EMI and Warner Music.

Prior to joining Click 3X, Mayne was based in Australia, working at Emerald City Design, The DMC Initiative, The White Agency, Plaza Films and JAR Films.

“The opportunity to help bring Click 3X Live to life was too good to pass up,” said Mayne. “The studio launched with incredible momentum, incredible talent, and incredible resources in Click 3X’s other divisions. I have no doubt that we can make Click 3X Live a go-to in the live-action commercial production realm.”

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