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Flavor Detroit adds Hollywood Creative Director/Designer Chadwick Halbritter

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flavor.logoCutters Studios along with Flavor, its design and visual arts group, have announce the addition of Creative Director/Designer Chadwick Halbritter to their full-time staff in Detroit. The announcement was made by Cutters Studios Detroit’s Managing Director Kurt Kulas.

Based in Detroit alongside Flavor Detroit’s Executive Producer Dave Peyton, Halbritter will also wield the collective’s limitless pool of state-of-the-art resources and all-star talents through the global reach of Cutters Studios. With a top-tier list of past clients and collaborators (including Imaginary Forces, Framestore and The Mill, among many others), Halbritter focuses on using cinematography, storytelling and conceptual design in surprising new ways to build meaningful, unforgettable experiences.

Flavor Creative Director/Designer Chadwick Halbritter.
Flavor Creative Director/Designer Chadwick Halbritter.

“What attracted me to Flavor and the Cutters family was the opportunity to push myself in a new creative direction as part of a highly talented group of passionate people,” Halbritter said. “I’m excited to join the well-established creative hub that is Cutters Studios Detroit and further establish Flavor at the forefront of the global creative industry, together with the group’s other top-tier talents around the world.”

To learn more please visit www.flavor.tv

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