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Shade VFX Signs Camille Geier as Executive Producer

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Camille Geier
Camille Geier

Visual effects producer Camille Geier has joined Shade VFX as executive producer in its New York studio. An ILM alum, Geier has resided in New York for the past 10 years and will oversee Shade’s feature and television New York slate including work on Marvel‘s Netflix series Daredevil. To accommodate the company’s growth, Shade has expanded into a new 5000 square foot location housing over 25 artists.

“We are so proud that a producer of Camille’s stature and talent has joined our team at Shade to oversee our newly expanded New York studio,” Godwin said. “We’ve been in New York for just nine months and Camille’s experience and knowledge of the New York industry will greatly enhance our presence in the area.”

Geier joins Shade after a recent stint at Rodeo FX. Prior to that she spearheaded the feature film division for Rhinofx where as executive producer she oversaw over 20 films including The Adjustment BureauSalt, The Other Guys and Ghost Town. Prior to that, Geier worked at Curious Pictures in television animation. Geier began her career at ILM where she worked on films including Van HelsingGangs of New York, Bringing Out the Dead, Magnolia andStarship Troopers.

“We opened in New York earlier this year because this is where I grew up and we wanted to have a presence during this dynamic time in New York’s evolution,” Godwin explained. “It’s an exciting time to be part of the New York creative scene. We’re on both coasts, but we operate as one seamless company.”

Shade’s current production slate includes feature projects such as Poltergeist for MGM and Max Steel for Dolphin Entertainment. Recently completed feature projects include Annie, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Amazing Spider-Man, 22 Jump Street andThe Interview.

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