(Los Angeles, CA--August 28, 2018) MPC
welcomes Patrick Ferguson
to their LA studio, bringing with him a wealth of VFX knowledge in both the commercial and feature film industry. Ferguson has collaborated with notable directors including Stacy Wall, Mark Romanek, Melina Matsoukas, Brian Billow, Carl Rinsch and worked on campaigns for some of the biggest global brands including Nike, Apple, Audi, HP and ESPN.
Previous positions include VFX Supervisor at The Mission and Head of 2D at Method. He has also worked on high-profile films including Pirates of the Caribbean, Alice in Wonderland,
and he was in the Academy Award®-winning team for The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
Robert Owens, Managing Director of MPC LA’s studio, commented on Ferguson’s arrival: “Patrick’s arrival to the studio will strengthen our senior creative team even further. He has an immense amount of knowledge and expertise in the industry and I’m certain that he will enhance our studio’s creative offering.”
Ferguson described his move to the studio: “I’m delighted to be joining the team at MPC, continuing to deliver the innovative campaigns that they are renowned for, and working with the talented group of artists in the studio.”
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MPC is an Academy Award®-winning creative studio. As world leaders in visual storytelling for over two decades, with VFX studios in nine cities globally, MPC is renowned for adding visual wonder and creative expertise to the advertising, music, contemporary art and film industries; crafting work across the full spectrum of comms platforms and immersive technologies. The studio’s unique combination of talent, technology and craft delivers experiences that are more distinctive and memorable. Recent projects include Disney’s The Jungle Book, Channel 4’s We’re the Superhumans, Samsung ‘Ostrich’ and EDEKA ‘2117’.