CONTACT: SARA SEPIDZADEH
Big Bad Boo Moves to Bigger Offices
Making Room For More Production
Vancouver, April 14th, 2009 – The crew at Big Bad Boo is moving to a new office
location just a few blocks down from the original space in Vancouver’s historic
“We wanted to give our artists more room and also provide a more professional
environment where every department has a designated space,” said Aly Jetha,
Managing Partner at Big Bad Boo Studios.
The new offices have designated space for Design, Layout and Storyboarding. The
studio also has an editing suite, production offices, meeting facilities, kitchen and
eating areas for the crew as well as Animation and Background departments.
The company has also taken great care in outfitting the studio with an all Mac
environment and runs a fully digital operation using Wacom tablets, Photoshop and
“Having Apple computers and the Mac server in place ensures we do not have any
technical glitches. We also love to use the Storyboard and Harmony tools for
animation as it gives us a seamless interface from one step to the next. This helps in
keeping our costs down and finishing the production on time,” said Shabnam Rezaei.
The new offices are located at 200-1330 Hamilton Street at the corner of Davie in
The company has started working on a new project called “1001 Nights”, which a
new animated series in 2D set to be completed sometime in 2010.
Press Contact: Sara Sepidzadeh email@example.com
About Big Bad Boo Studios
Big Bad Boo is a production and distribution company dedicated to teaching children
culture through entertainment. With offices in New York, Los Angeles and
Vancouver, the company’s first animated TV series is entitled Mixed. Big Bad Boo
provides animation, co-production and development services to clients worldwide.
For more information visit www.bigbadboo.ca.