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Patric Roos (Avengers: Infinity War, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2) has joined Outpost VFX as Executive Creative Director, setting up our first Asian facility in the process.
Based in the APAC region, Roos will work closely with Outpost VFX senior management to establish a footprint in Asia, with a remit to support global Outpost production, cement relations with key partners in the region and provide high-end management and creative leadership.
As part of Outpost VFX, Roos will bring his extensive knowledge of the Asian film and television markets to bear to augment the company’s global capacity and enhance its ability to deliver large-scale projects for leading international clients in the film and high-end TV sectors.
The company’s operation in the region will give Outpost VFX access to up to 300 additional artists, adding to its capacity of 150 in the UK and 150 in Montréal. Working alongside the company’s existing facilities, the addition of Roos will enable Outpost to support clients 24 hours a day with a cumulative capacity of close to 600 people.
Following the recent additions of Karsten Hecker as CTO and Andrew Morley as Head of VFX, the appointment of Roos adds another internationally renowned veteran of the visual effects industry to the leadership team at Outpost VFX.
"I’m very excited about the opportunity to do something truly original in APAC while also working with the Outpost management and creative teams in the UK and North America,” said Roos.
"In an ever-changing VFX industry branching out in APAC will see Outpost VFX become a global partner for our clients, offering greater flexibility and leveraging the best talent worldwide.”
“The team and I are delighted that Patric has joined the business, and that only a few months after establishing a base in Montréal we’ve been able to diversify our global offering even further,” said Duncan McWilliam, Founder and CEO of Outpost VFX.
Outpost’s drive to establish its presence in Asia follows the launch of its Montréal facility in early 2019. It has recently worked on Watchmen for HBO, Black Mirror for Netflix, Fast and Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw for Universal and more.