February 6, 2013
By Melody Uy
“The Foundry is a really innovative company and I am thrilled to be coming onboard at such an exciting time. modo’s presence in the market is growing and I can’t wait to see where we can take the product over the next year. As part of a growing, reactive organisation I am armed with all the resources I need to get things done quickly and efficiently,” Griffith said.
In his new role, Ephraim will manage The Foundry and Luxology sales teams in the Americas. Ephraim began in the 3D animation and visual effects industry with Alias|wavefront in 1997 as a Territory Sales Rep. He continued his career as part of Autodesk after they acquired the company several years later. At Autodesk he owned the primary relationship between Autodesk M&E and the major studios such as DreamWorks, Pixar, Lucasfilm and Sony Pictures Imageworks.