Studio cited for work
on “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D” and
“American Horror Story”.

BURBANK—Visual effects artists from FuseFX are currently nominated for three Visual Effects Society (VES) Awards
for their work in episodic television.
Visual Effects Supervisor
Kevin Lingenfelser has received a nomination for his work on Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. The
nomination is for Outstanding Visual
Effects in a Visual Effects-Driven Photoreal/Live Action Broadcast Program. He shares the nomination with VFX Supervisor
Mark Kolpack, VFX Producer Sabrina Arnold, Special Effects Supervisor Gary
D’Amico and Digital Effects Supervisor David Breedon.
Lingenfelser shared a
2014 Primetime Emmy nomination for his work on the same series.
Visual Effects Supervisor Jason Piccioni, Visual Effects
Producer Jason C. Spratt, CG Supervisor Mike Kirylo, Visual Effects Supervisor Justin
Ball and Special Effects Coordinator Eric Roberts are nominated for Outstanding
Supporting Visual Effects in a Visual Effects-Driven Photoreal/Live Action
Broadcast Program for American Horror
Freak Show. Kirylo and
Ball each have two previous VES nominations.
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Tommy Tran, Joseph Vincent Pike, Rob Lutz and Matt Lefferts are nominated for Outstanding Compositing in a Photoreal/Live
Action Broadcast Program for American
Horror Story: Freak Show.

We are extremely proud of our work on these two shows and
grateful to have the efforts of our team recognized by our peers in the Visual
Effects Society,” says FuseFX founder David Altenau. “These nominations reflect
months of dedicated effort by artists from many disciplines each of them achieving
excellence under challenging circumstances.”
Airing on ABC, Marvel’s
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
is Marvel’s first live action television series.
FuseFX produces numerous effects for the show via two teams of artists and its
customized, highly efficient workflow pipeline. 
The facility contributed to the design of “The Bus,” a modified C17
military transport plane outfitted with S.H.I.E.L.D. technology, and “Lola,” a
classic 1962 Corvette fitted with hidden jet engines.
FuseFX has produced visual effects for all four seasons of American Horror Story. The fourth
season, subtitled Freak Show, is
primarily set in 1952 Jupiter, Florida and tells the story of one of the last
remaining freak shows in the United States. Work on the show ranges from
digital environments and matte paintings to face and body replacements, digital
doubles and pyrotechnics.
American Horror Story
Founded in 2006 by Altenau, FuseFX has emerged as a leading
independent producer of visual effects for television, feature films and
commercials. The company employs more than 100 artists and support staff across
offices in Burbank, New York and Vancouver. It consistently has more than 30
shows in production simultaneously. Other current projects include The Blacklist, Criminal Minds, Bones, Hell on Wheels, Masters of Sex and Unforgettable.

About FuseFX
FuseFX is a full-service visual effects studio serving the
television, feature film and advertising industries from facilities in Burbank,
New York and Vancouver. Founded in 2006 by David Altenau, the company
encompasses a staff of more than 100 highly talented and experienced artists,
producers and support personnel. Featuring a refined pipeline, the company can
support more than numerous productions while delivering exceptional, on-time
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