Bicoastal jumP is pleased to welcome versatile post artist Terence Ziegler to their NYC studio. A unique talent, Ziegler brings nearly two decades of high-profile experience to jumP, having previously spent the last four years at Company X, The Well prior, RhinoEdit, WNET and Invisible Dog before that. Ziegler is not only a very talented editor but also a heavy hitter in the 2D/3D and graphics world.
“Terence has all of the qualities that we value most: dedication, a strong reputation and incredible talent,” noted jumP MD Dee Tagert. “His ability to be involved with projects all the way through the post process is very jumP like, something that immediately attracted us to him, that along with his amazing client relationships made this a perfect fit.”
Ziegler has worked on projects for brands and agencies such as 22squared, BBDO, Y&R, Saatchi & Saatchi, Tiffany & Co., DDB, Martin, Draftfcb, Agency 212, Mindshare and Red Tettemer, among others. A Times Square billboard recently featured one of his 3D pieces, and in 2009 he cut Matthew Modine’s “I Think I Thought,” a short film that was an official selection in the Tribeca, AFI and Palm Springs film festivals, among many others.