through the hiring of motion graphics designer Jeff Vick and the addition of a
new graphics design and production suite. The company will offer graphics both
in tandem with editing and finishing, and as a standalone service.
ten years of experience as a motion graphics designer for commercials,
broadcast media and corporate media, most recently with Fast Cuts Edit, Dallas.
His credits include work for H-E-B, Red Lobster and the Dallas Cowboys. He has
already contributed to several projects for Treehouse, including a campaign for
Home Depot and a spot for H-E-B that debuted during this year’s Super Bowl
founder, editor Peter Tarter, says that in-house graphics capabilities enables
the company to provide advertising agencies with a well-rounded package of post
production services and fulfill more of their creative needs. “This gives us
one more way to deliver work that is better than the clients expect,” Tarter
says. “Our new graphics capabilities will allow us to add an extra layer to a
lot of projects.”
that he was impressed by Vick’s experience in national and regional
advertising, and strong work ethic. “We liked the quality of Jeff’s reel,”
Tarter notes. “He’s got a great personality and fits in well with the rest of
work in a new graphics suite equipped with a host of high-end software packages
including Adobe After Effects, Photoshop and Illustrator, and Maxon Cinema 4D,
as well as sophisticated monitoring and processing gear.
native, Vick received his training in graphic design at NYU, where he earned his
Master’s Degree. Vick returned to Dallas in 2004 to work with the Dallas
Cowboys, serving as creative director and motion graphics designer for its
in-house broadcast production department.
Vick joined n2o Editorial, Dallas, and moved to Fast Cuts Edit, Dallas, in
2012. At both shops, he served as a motion graphics designer for advertising
that he’s been a fan of Treehouse and is excited to join a company that has
established itself as a top supplier of creative post production services. “Treehouse
has a great team of editors who do great work,” he states. “I see no end to our
potential. The sky’s the limit.”
located at 3400 Carlisle St., Ste. 105, Dallas, Texas 75204. For more
information, call (214) 754-8004 or visit www.treehouseedit.com.