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Phosphene is a New York-based award-winning independent design and visual effects house, led by founders John Bair and Vivian Connolly. Since its launch in 2010, Phosphene has experienced continuous growth, culminating in its expansion to 5 Hanover Square, in April 2016.
Over the past 6 years, Phosphene has gained a reputation as a high-end VFX house, specializing in elaborate CG environments and set extensions, as well as its fair share of blood and gore. Phosphene prides itself in having a consistent team of skilled artists and producers who all work collaboratively to achieve the best possible result.
Phosphene has garnered 3 Emmy Nominations (Mildred Pierce, Boardwalk Empire; Season 3, Boardwalk Empire; Season 5) two VES award nominations (Mildred Pierce, The Knick) and one VES win for its work on Boardwalk Empire.
Phosphene recently supervised and created elaborate CG environments for Baz Luhrmann’s The Get Down (Sony/Netflix) while completing over 150 shots on Tate Taylor’s The Girl on the Train (Dreamworks). In addition, Phosphene was thrilled to supervise and act as lead vendor on season 2 of Mr. Robot (USA Network), as well as John Cameron Mitchell’s upcoming How to Talk to Girls at Parties. After completing the pilot in 2015, Phosphene is embarking on The Deuce (HBO) which marks their third collaboration with David Simon’s Blown Deadline.
Phosphene™ is a New York-based award-winning independent design and visual effects studio.