Midas VFX is an established boutique visual effects house located in London's trendy Covent Garden. Housed in the historic building that once belonged to Beatles manager Brian Epstein's NEMS, frequented by the Fab Four themselves and home to the Beatles Fan Club.
Inspired by our surroundings, we embrace the legacy of our location and draw inspiration from the artistic and cultural significance it holds. We recognize that our success is not solely attributed to our own efforts but is the result of a collective collaboration with our clients and partners. With a Team of talented artists we continuously refine our skills, explore new horizons, and embrace innovation in every project we undertake.
Holding a degree in Digital Arts and Animation, Marc has worked professionally for the last 20 years in film and episodic TV. Having worked as a 3D artist before compositing, he has a broad knowledge of both 2D and 3D disciplines. Marc's journey has been marked by collaborations with some of the most visionary directors and showrunners in the industry. He remains humbled by the opportunity to work alongside Oscar-winning directors and contribute to Emmy award-winning shows. Marc's meticulous attention to detail and ability to bring creative visions to life have earned him the trust and respect of some of the biggest shows in the industry.
Andrey has dedicated his career to making his clients’ stories come true. He is a multi-skilled artist from Lithuania where he’s built a successful advertisement business. For the past 6 years, he has mostly worked as a lead compositor for feature films and episodic TV. He was involved with titles such as Judy, The Kid Who Would Be King, Robin Hood, The Innocents. One of them, The Alienist, has won an Emmy for outstanding visual effects. Besides that, Andrey worked with beauty and fashion brands, such as Burberry, Liu Jo, Swarovski, and Lancome. Andrey recently finished working on the Netflix Stop Motion animation Wendell and Wild as VFX Supervisor for Midas.