Welcome to Chicago

Wednesday 4 October 2017

Framestore is delighted to extend its creative offerings to the Chicago market. Since opening in May 2017, Framestore’s Chicago office has been growing staff across all departments whilst garnering new partnerships within the Midwest region. The Chicago team has been steadily growing with a series of high calibre appointments, including a handful of relocations from Framestore's global offices.

Dan Solomon, CG Designer

Moving from Framestore’s Design Studio in New York, Designer Dan Solomon is welcomed in Chicago where he aspires to continue increasing his involvement with the global VFX and design communities. His role ties together the intricacies of visual effects and interactive media. Read more about Dan's relocation here.


Edwin Metternich, Colourist

Colourist Edwin Metternich has moved from Framestore's London office. Edwin’s admirable work ethic has developed into a strong reel and a dedicated following of clients. He has been an integral part of the Colour Department in London and is excited to join Framestore’s newest office. See more about Edwin's move here


Meg Miller, Producer

Also from New York, VR Producer Meg Miller has recently moved to Chicago bringing her digital, interactive, and virtual reality production experience to the new office. Meg launched her career with Framestore's digital department, working on projects such as Game of Thrones 'Ascend the Wall', 'Let Hawaii Happen', Merrell 'Trailscape', Interstellar, and original IP.


Russell Miller, CG Artist

CG Artist Russell Miller has been part of the Framestore team in New York since 2011. Russell has worked on countless projects over the years, notably 'Guitar Hero Live', Geico 'Team Up' ,and Lysol 'Protect Like a Mother'. The Chicago team is pleased to welcome him to the office.