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Sarbakan Adds Five New Hires to Staff2D producer, 3D programmers, and sound and level designers (June 17, 2004)
Sarbakan, Canadas leading idea shop and full service digital animation studio, has added five new hires to its full-time staff, bringing the total of employees to 47.
Stephanie Gingras will join the 2D project management team as a producer. She previously served as a producer for I.C. Axon where she was responsible for many multimedia and print projects in the field of e-learning solutions between 2000 and 2003.
Sarbakan 3D production team continues its growth with the addition of two new 3D programmers, Jean-François Gagnon and Louis Hallee. Jean-François has worked for two other Canadian animation companies as a 3D programmer, Beenox and Toon Boom, while Louis, served in a similar capacity for the Unlikely Games studio.
Maxime Carrier and Michel Boutin, respectively hired as Level Designer and Sound Designer, complete these new arrivals. Maxime previously worked as a Level Designer for A2M while Michel has written and mixed music as a professional for almost ten years.
?As we continue to grow, we are delighted to add five outstanding professionals to the team, said Guy Boucher, Sarbakans CEO and Executive producer. ?Their knowledge and experience will be tremendous assets to Sarbakan.
Since 1998, Sarbakan, Inc. has distinguished itself as one of Canadas leading idea shops and content creation studios. The companys reputation for developing world-class original properties such as FIRECHILD, GOOD NIGHT MR. SNOOZLEBERG, ARCANE, and STEPPENWOLF is supported by its equally enviable reputation for delivering top-quality interactive products in a timely, professional manner. Warner Bros, WB Kids, America Online, Viacom, Sony, CBC/La Société Radio-Canada, Groupe TF1 and The National Film Board of Canada are but some of its famous clients.
For more information visit www.sarbakan.com.
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