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BOXX's loss is a boon to Escape

Ed Caracappa By Ko Maruyama
Ed Caracappa recently announced that he is moving into a new position at Escape Studios.  As a key member at BOXX and liaison to the outside world for the company, Ed's new post as leader of the sales team for US Commercials over at Escape Studios brings clients and an animation social network.

Dominic Davenport the founder of Escape Studios said, "To have someone like Ed join our sales team is fantastic; his experience and contacts will prove very beneficial to our business in the USA."

The company is based in London and has partnerships with top studios around the world.  Their work has reached diverse clients, from video games, to film, to broadcast.  Because of their work in so many fields, with specific 3D software (such as Massive, PFTrack, 3D Equalizer and Endorphin), it's obvious that they have a great deal of expertise readily available to be tapped for advice.

The announcement of Ed's addition to an already vast font of knowledge helps to strengthen Escape Studio's presence here in the United States.   With Ed's participation, it's not just about software, but advice about hardware, integration and best possible scenarios for many different environments.

You can find out more about Escape Studios' services and some of their outstanding student stories through their website and blogs.

Ed Caracappa formerly Director of Business Development at Boxx Technologies, is joining Escape Studios to head up the new sales team in the USA as the Commercial Director. With 20 years worth of industry experience in sales and marketing we are thrilled to have him work along side us.  Ed began his career after graduating from the University of Arizona with a Bachelors Degree in Electrical Engineering. Since then he has run both sales and marketing working closely with the likes of Alias, Autodesk, AMD, ATI, Microsoft, Avid, Intel Nvidia, Newtek, and many other leading companies.

Ed echoed this by saying, "We want to expand our reach into the US by utilizing the vast amount of knowledge and experience we have as a company, and to offer our clients the very best in hardware, software and learning solutions. It will be this service to our customer base that will make Escape Studios an established hub of CG expertise in the US."

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Ko Maruyama is a freelance animator in Los Angeles.  In addition to working on film and broadcast animations, Ko teaches at Pasadena's Art Center College of Design - focusing on motion design.  When working, writing or testing software allows, you can find him lending a hand in the After Effects board and lurking among the Cinema4D, Visual Effects and Photoshop posts within the DMNForums.
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