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Virtual Post-production Facility Ewanme Opens Its Doors

ewanme, 2 years, 4 months ago

New company founded by Ewan MacLeod and Fasa Oyibo launches

Virtual Post-production Facility Ewanme Opens Its Doors

Ewanme, a new virtual post-production facility led by co-founders Ewan MacLeod and Fasa Oyibo, has launched.

Ewanme provides innovative and cost effective post-production solutions to the advertising industry by connecting its clients to the wealth of creative talent that exists globally, from individual artists, designers and editors to niche boutique facilities. 

Ewan MacLeod was formerly the director of integrated production at Prodigious, Publicis’ in house production facility, and founding partner of Golden Square and Disqo.  

Fasa Oyibo was a VFX artist/supervisor at ETC, Golden Square, Glassworks and Prime Focus London. 

Ewanme functions in the most agile way, bringing in the right talent and overseeing the projects to ensure they are delivered on time and on budget, from high end VFX jobs to installing and managing internal suites for ongoing client accounts.

With no overheads itself and operating a cost plus billing model, ewanme can offer the best talent most suited for the project at the keenest of rates.

Ewan MacLeod said: “The post-production landscape is changing dramatically and in as much in that it’s exciting, I feel the creativity and craftsmanship that exists in all areas of post in Soho particularly is slowly being eroded, making way for a factory style, revenue driven mentality with little or no acknowledgement for talent and skill.

“While there is a need for this, we want to reconnect our clients to this exceptional talent by providing low cost creative solutions and the best skills at the most competitive of rates; all managed throughout by ewanme.”