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Ethos Expands Creative Roster with New Hire and Promotion


Kenneth Quinn Brown joins as VFX supervisor and Nick Lindell-Wright has been promoted to colour assistant

Ethos Expands Creative Roster with New Hire and Promotion

Creative studio Ethos has hired two creatives, expanding their post-production capabilities and furthering their commitment to collaboration and seamless production. Kenneth Quinn Brown has recently joined the team as Ethos’s VFX supervisor and Nick Lindell-Wright has been promoted to colour assistant, having worked with Ethos previously as an intern.

Brown’s career as an in-house VFX compositor has led him to work on productions like Those Who Wish Me Dead, Stranger Things 3, Jojo Rabbit, Transformers: Bumblebee, Death Proof, Avatar, and most recently, The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power. His background in commercial work includes widely recognizable spots from top-tier brands like Beats by Dre, Old Spice, La-Z-Boy,, Target, Carfax, and Ford. The Katy, TX native started his career as an intern at Austin Film Society and as an assistant at Troublemaker Studios, where he came up in the VFX world under his mentor, Alex Toader. 

On joining Ethos, Brown says: “My favourite part of the job is working with talented people from all walks of life and there’s no shortage of that at Ethos. I look forward to collaborating with the team and elevating the visual impact of projects to that next level.”

Lindell-Wright was introduced to the industry as a PA on the set of music videos and working as a freelance color grader. Prior to Ethos, Lindell-Wright was an intern at LightBender, a post-production house in Santa Monica, CA. Most notably in his freelance career as a colorist is his work on the evocative and narrative-driven music video for “Grammys” from artist Key Glock, where he got the opportunity to emulate the look of film on a digital shoot through color. 

Lindell-Wright said of his time at Ethos: “As someone who’s starting their career, I really lucked into working at a place that values your growth as a post-production artist and I’m thankful that Ethos saw fit to formally add me on to the team I’ve already had such a positive experience working with.”

Ethos’ founder and executive producer, James Drew elaborates on the company’s new hires saying: “Kenneth makes everything look so cool! That may sound cliche, but in addition to his incredible portfolio of experience, he’s a very exciting person to collaborate with and I can’t wait to see what he does at Ethos. Nick has incredible instincts and we noticed that from him immediately. He has great taste and knows how to use color as a tool to help clarify the tone of a piece and help enhance the environment. He’s already grown so much with the company and I look forward to watching him continue to evolve as an artist with us.”

Ethos is an adaptive post-production studio integrating deep experience with newer, better ways of doing things. With fully integrated remote systems, our award-winning team of young artists collaborates with clients worldwide. Intrinsically nimble, Ethos represents a new way of approaching post, built on value, simplicity, and collaboration. The result is beautiful work and a seamless process. We make things look better.

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Ethos Studio, Tue, 12 Jul 2022 07:19:19 GMT