APA has signed line producer Andrew Zolot (“Truth,” “The Strain,” pictured above) and director of photography Wolfgang Held (“Sophie and the Rising Sun,” “Bruno”). The agency has booked costume designer Christine Bieselin Clark (“Spy”) on ABC pilot “Marvel’s Most Wanted,” first a.d. Vincent Lascoumes on (“Divergent”) on Taika Waititi’s “Thor: Ragnarok,” line producer Bergen Swanson (“Wild”) on Martin McDonagh’s “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” and production designer Denise Pizzini (“Chef”) on ABC pilot “Chunk & Bean.”

Additional APA bookings: d.p. Jim Frohna (“Afternoon Delight”) on season 3 of “Transparent”; first a.d. Michael Pitt (“And So It Goes”) and costume designer Carlos Rosario (“The Last Ship”) on Fox pilot “APB”; and production designer Jonah Markowitz (“Diary of a Teenage Girl”) on Netflix’s “Chagrin Falls.”

CEC has booked editors Marnee Meyer (“The Americans”) on season 2 of TV Land’s “The Jim Gaffigan Show” and Dane McMaster (“Review”) on Comedy Central pilot “Corporate.” The agency has signed makeup department head Eldo Ray Estes (“Younger”).

Gersh has booked line producer Kim Todd (“Fargo”) on BBC America’s “Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency”; editor Don Cassidy (“Texas Rising”) on CMT’s “Million Dollar Quartet”; d.p. Edward J. Pei (“Agent Carter”) on Amazon Studios’ “Trial”; and production designers Michael Z. Hanan (“Tut”) on ABC pilot “Spark,” Jeremy Conway (“A Mann’s World”) on CBS pilot “Drew,” Steve Hardie (“CSI: Immortality”) on CBS pilot “Bunker Hill” and Mark Hutman (“Glee”) on NBC pilot “Cruel Intentions.”

Sandra Marsh & Associates has placed d.p.’s Sean Bobbitt (“12 Years a Slave”) on David Gordon Green’s “Stronger,” Mike Eley (“Klondike”) on Roger Michell’s “My Cousin Rachel” and George Steel (“War and Peace”) on ABC pilot “Still Star-Crossed”; and costume designers Marina Draghici (“Minority Report”) on NBC pilot “Miranda’s Rights” and Camille Benda (“Blood Stripe”) on Kurt Voelker’s “The Bachelors.”

Eastern Talent has booked production designers Christopher Brown (“Halt and Catch Fire”) on HBO series “Insecure,” Wendell Johnson (“The Exes”) on CBS pilot “Kevin Can Wait” and ABC pilot “The Fluffy Shop,” and Gary Kordan (Key and Peele”) on TV Land pilot “Nobodies” and ABC pilot “Wing Person”; costume designers Lorraine Calvert (“Daredevil”) on ABC pilot “Time After Time,” Danielle Launzel (“Selfie”) on Fox pilot “The Mick,” Shanna Mair (“Lucifer”) on CW pilot “Frequency,” Peggy Stamper (“The Fundamentals of Caring”) on Harold Becker’s “Vengeance: A Love Story” and Amy Stofsky (“Aquarius”) on Lenny Abrahamson’s “Chance” for Hulu; and editors Michael Trent (“Jem and the Holograms”) on Bob Shaye’s “Movie Games” and JoAnne Yarrow (“American Crime”) on Ava DuVernay’s “Queen Sugar” for OWN.

In other news: sound designer and feature film supervising sound editor Scott Gershin has joined Technicolor as director of sound editorial; industry veteran Reid Burns (Fotokem, Reliance MediaWorks) has joined visual imaging studio Cognition as president of production; The SIM Group has appointed former Kodak exec Graeme Parcher as general manager of the L.A. office if its SIM Digital unit, a supplier of camera systems and related gear; and Deluxe Entertainment Services Group has named Brett Belinsky to prexy of delivery operations.