Production sound mixer Edward L. Moskowitz, past president of Cinema Audio Society, is at work on an untitled Rob Schneider series for CBS.
Montana Artists signed d.p.’s Johnny Simmons (“Men at Work”) and John Rudland (“Lovely Molly”). Agency booked UPM Paul Cajero on ABC Family’s “Make It or Break It”; d.p.’s Jonathan West on “Make It or Break It,” Matthew Jensen on Steel Mill Pictures’ “Filth,” George Mooradian on TV Land’s “Happily Divorced” and “Retired,” Lloyd Ahern on ABC Family’s “The Lying Game” and Brandon Cox on Slasher Films’ “Nothing to Fear.”
Montana booked 2nd unit d.p.’s Allan Westbrook on A&E’s “Breakout Kings” and Paul Hughen on Warner Bros.’ “Gangster Squad”; costume designers Angelina Kekich on TNT’s “Falling Skies,” Alexandra Welker on NBC’s “Grimm,” Sarah Beers on an untitled History Channel project and Lynette Meyer on C. Wesley Pictures’ “Haunted”; production designers Ricardo Spinace on USA’s “Fairly Legal,” Eloise Stammerjohn on Lionsgate’s “Marriage Counselor” and Ondrej Nekvasil on Moho Films’ “Showpiercer”; and editor Richard Schwadel on Annuit Coeptis Entertainment’s “My Funny Valentine.”
Paradigm signed 1st AD Gary Marcus (“Forgetting Sarah Marshall”), 2nd unit director/stunt coordinator Charles Picerni (“Rush Hour 3”) and effects makeup house Illusion Industries (“Smurfs”). Agency booked producer Bob Heath on an untitled TV Land project; d.p.’s Cale Finot on indie feature “Griffith Park 8,” Nathan Goodman on TNT’s “Falling Skies,” Mark Irwin on Robert Vince’s “Santa Pups” and Paul Maibaum on ABC Family pilot “Intercept.” Paradigm booked editors Raul Davalos on ABC Family pilot “Bunheads,” Tirsa Hackshaw on FX pilot “Legit” and Ed Marx Fear Net.com series “Holliston”; production designer Paul Peters on “Intercept” and Jennifer Dehghan on NBC’s “Best Friends Forever.”
Global Artists Agency signed producer A. Kitman Ho (“Hotel Rwanda”). Agency booked d.p. Anette Haellmigk and production designer Maria Caso on Lifetime’s “Bunheads” pilot; and costume designer Magali Guidasci on CBS Films’ “Flight 7500.”
Vfx tools provider Imagineer Systems hired post-production and vfx industry vet Bryan Milne as VP of sales, charged with overseeing the company’s resellers and channel partners, and extending its Planar Tracking product to new markets. Prior to joining Imagineer, Milne was with asset management system developer Southpaw Technology.
Audio specialist Sennheiser named Greg Beebe and Markus Warlitz to president, Sennheiser Electronic Corp. and general manager of Sennheiser Latin America, respectively. Jean Langlais remains president of Sennheiser Canada. All three execs will report to Sennheiser CEO John Falcone.