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Billy Gabor Tapped as Managing Director of Deluxe Creative Services Atlanta


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Deluxe Creative Services has promoted Billy Gabor from senior colorist to managing director of its Atlanta studio, which currently is home to local outposts of Company 3, Method, Encore and Beast. The new position serves to further unify the postproduction services of each company under the Creative Services umbrella.

“Billy and I have worked side by side for more than 15 years as he has grown through our ranks,” said Stefan Sonnenfeld, CEO, Deluxe Creative Services. “I value his insight and work ethic, and have every confidence that he will be an excellent leader as we expand our business locally in Atlanta and globally.”

As one of the first colorists at Company 3 in Santa Monica, Gabor has been a key presence within the company since 1998. He helped establish Company 3’s East Coast operations in 2001 by opening and subsequently leading the New York office. In 2011, Gabor relocated to Company 3’s Atlanta outpost to serve as a senior colorist and advise on business development opportunities. Over the years, his passion and creativity for the craft have earned him the loyalty of top directors, DPs and creatives. Furthermore, his impressive body of work across feature films and television has been recognized with awards from Sundance Jury, Clios, Monitors, AICP and Cannes Lions.

In this expanded role, Gabor will provide clients with a streamlined postproduction experience by applying his industry expertise across services offered by Company 3, Method, Encore and Beast in Atlanta.

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