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Limehouse Turns 10: Bigger, Wiser and Equipped for Whatever is Thrown at Them

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On celebrating ten years, Limehouse welcomes four new team members

Limehouse Turns 10: Bigger, Wiser and Equipped for Whatever is Thrown at Them

Stranahan's via Stranger & Stranger ; Pure Blonde via The Kinetic Agency ; CBA via M&C Saatchi - Rhys White

Limehouse’s second decade began in an empty office. Being a Sydney production and post studio, everyone was WFH. The party planning ground to a halt almost as soon as it began because lockdown was rolling on relentlessly.

“We can’t wait to celebrate. We will eventually,” managing director, Duncan Harriss, promises. “And there are four new Limehousers to welcome officially when we do.” (That birthday party will actually look a lot like the launch of Limehouse’s Creative Circle series. Everyone will be welcome. Just bring laughs, chat and good cheer.) 

The most recent addition to the Limehouse team is senior 3D artist, Rhys White, who began at Limehouse as a freelancer. He and senior 3D artist, Conor (or Goon, as he is known in CGI circles), who joined in August last year, work under head of CGI, Chris Andrews.

Rhys has worked with some of the world’s biggest agencies and brands, such as Sony, Jim Beam, Peugeot, CBA, Telstra, OPSM, Optus, Toyota and Cadbury, and he is absolutely passionate about creating beautiful visuals all the way from concept to completion across CGI, animation and retouching.

Says Chris: “Having Rhys join our team full-time is another win for us. He's a senior 3D artist, retoucher, animator and can also assist us with studio infrastructure, which has been a current focus of ours. His being both a creative and technical operator brings a lot of benefits and he comes with a wealth of experience from running his own post-production studio. He also loves a sandwich, which he digs into at 11.00am. A strange flex, sure, but shows his commitment to whatever (sandwich or job) he involves himself in.”

Rhys adds: “I've been following Limehouse's work since it began. And now that I've had a chance to work directly with them, I can say that as well as crafting a folio of outstanding work, they have spent an equal amount of effort building an outstanding team of people and excellent office culture. Good team relationships really matter in this business, and I can see longevity in the future of Limehouse, so I’m pumped to be contributing to its success, especially during an exciting stage of company growth.”

“We can’t wait to celebrate,” Duncan added. “The party planning may have paused but our investments didn’t. We updated the studio to complement our fresh talent and double down on making mixed working flow. Perfected our desks for freelancers to rent and built new systems for them to plug into. It’s a rare day when there’s just the core team at Limehouse. Neither a decade, nor a recent stint WFH, has dented the energy of our studio.”

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Limehouse, Wed, 03 Nov 2021 09:18:35 GMT