Flickerlab Expands to Additional Quarters

Flickerlab Expands to Additional Quarters

To better serve their existing and future clients, FlickerLab partners Harold Moss and Tammy Walters, have expanded to additional quarters at 119 Fifth Avenue, the 8th floor penthouse suite, where they will cohabit and collaborate with their friends at Nth Degree and The Field. The synergy offered by this newly formed strategic partnership allows FlickerLab to increase its production capabilities and creativity and adds high-end editorial, color correction and HD film and finishing work to the services they can offer their clients. FlickerLab's original content team will remain headquartered on the 4th floor at 7 West 18th Street.

Expanding into the additional space is about efficiency, flexibility and being able to extend FlickerLab's offerings without building a new facility. In addition, this strategic partnership allows FlickerLab to tap into a broader creative talent pool. In turn, Nth Degree will be able to bring FlickerLab's talents to bear on their projects.

"We are sharing a huge physical plant with Michael Porte's motion graphics and broadcast design company Nth Degree and editorial entity The Field. This collaboration scenario is beneficial to everyone," explained FlickerLab's Tammy Walters. "We are thrilled about having access to expanded resources including sexy high-end editorial suites, a talented team of designers, directors and editors, not to mention amazing facilities and space. In addition, this association allows us to further a new brand initiative that we are about to launch called MOSS, which will be focused exclusively on work that is environmental, political or social in context," she continued.

"Our focus going forward will be on our new green initiative, MOSS; continuing FlickerLab's history of animation and storytelling; and expanding our original content development division," added Harold Moss. "We have several television and film projects with real momentum."

The artists share a very expansive and very grand 'ballroom' with its 20-foot ceilings and windows that overlook the rooftops of the Flatiron District. Come spring the rooftop deck will be opened.


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