Sandra Marsh & Associates has booked d.p.’s John Conroy (“Penny Dreadful”) on TV series “Jamestown,” Ueli Steiger (“10,000 BC”) on Markus Goller’s “Simpel,” and George Steel (“War and Peace”) on AMC’s “The Son.” The agency has placed costume designers Sharen Davis (“Get on Up”) on Denzel Washington’s “Fences” and Caroline Duncan (“The Affair”) on USA’s “Falling Water”; production designer Dan Leigh (“The Slap”) on Netflix’s “Gypsy”; and vfx supervisor Bruce Steinheimer (“The Last Witch Hunter”) on Taika Waititi’s “Thor: Ragnarok.”

GSK Talent has booked production designer Gabor Norman (“Quantum Break”) on USA’s “Queen of the South” and editors Sabrina Plisco (“Houdini”) on Scott Derrickson’s “Dr. Strange” and Scott Vickrey (“The Good Wife”) on Hulu series “Chance.” It has placed d.p.’s Tommy Maddox-Upshaw (“The Perfect Match”) on BET’s “Real Husbands of Hollywood,” Jaime Reynoso (“Bloodline”) on USA’s “Shooter” and Radan Popovic (“Nebraska”) as second unit d.p. on Alexander Payne’s “Downsizing.”

APA has signed UPM’s Dhana Gilbert (“Vinyl,” “Boardwalk Empire”) and Dot Kyle (“Hitman’s Bodyguard,” “Tut”); line producer Marc Bienstock (“November Criminals,” “The Visit”); and editor Andrew Coutts (“A.P.B.,” “Sleepy Hollow”).

Hollywood-based editing house Hula Post has appointed former Avid exec Michael Phillips as creative technology officer. Production and post-production provider SIM Group has promoted Chris Parker to chief business development officer and Bill DeRonde to president of post-production. The move unifies the company’s North American operating units.

Pictured above: James Jagger and Juno Temple in “Vinyl”