Lancashire CG specialist expands for 'strong 2010'

RealtimeUK bolsters team by four

CG production studio RealtimeUK has welcomed four new employees to its Lancashire base.

The quartet of new hires are Will Eades, who has assumed a character animator role, Alexis Van der Haeghe, joining the team as a CG artist, producer Dominic Gledhill, and Kate Dyer, who is taking on an account manager position.

RealtimeUK’s managing director Tony Prosser said: “I’d like to welcome aboard all the new team members. By expanding both our production and account management team, I’m confident that we’ll be in a strong position for 2010.”

While Dyer brings experience as a producer at Equinox, having created TV commercials, Gledhill previously served as a freelance producer working for a number of beauty clients. Van der Haeghe can also boast of contributing to the television advertising field, having spent time with both Framestore and The Mill.

RealtimeUK produces CG animations for game trailers, television commercials and digital campaigns, and has recently created content for Buzz, Split/Second, Motorstorm 2 and the PSPgo. The firm also has a studio in London.

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