Citing increased demand for VFX services, Alkemy X said it has made six new hires who will work out of its New York facilities.

The company said it had brought on board VFX Supervisors Steve Sanchez and Gabriel Regentin, Senior VFX Producer Caitlyn Tomasik, VFX Pipeline Manager and R&D Lead Luiz Garrido, Compositor Alejandro Monzon and VFX Production Coordinator Mitch Campbell.

(L – R): Caitlyn Tomasik, Steve Sanchez, Mitch Campbell, Luiz Garrido, Gabriel Regentin, Alejandro Monzon

“Demand for our VFX capabilities for feature films and episodic television has significantly increased over the past 18 months,” said Alkemy X VP of Business Development for VFX Bob Lowery in a prepared statement. “On the heels of recently opening a new state-of-the-art studio in New York City, we’re able to better accommodate our ever-growing staff and volume of work, as well as scale for bigger jobs as needed with freelancers.”

Recent projects completed at Alkemy X include Split, Hulu doc Batman & Bill, NBC’s Blindspot, ABC’s Time After Time, and a number of pilots. Commercial work has included VFX for Geico via The Martin Agency and a 360 project for EY.