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Why did motion graphics and design firm FACULTY choose DUMBO?

A new motion design firm has settled in Brooklyn. From the DUMBO BID blog: Why did FACULTY make the move to DUMBO? When FACULTY started looking for a new studio space back in March, we knew that Brooklyn was the way to go— and DUMBO, with it’s vibrant design and technology community seemed like just […]

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A new motion design firm has settled in Brooklyn. From the DUMBO BID blog:

Why did FACULTY make the move to DUMBO?
When FACULTY started looking for a new studio space back in March, we knew that Brooklyn was the way to go— and DUMBO, with it’s vibrant design and technology community seemed like just the right place for our new home away from home. For us, having our neighbors as both potential clients and collaborators keeps us inspired, creative, and always on the look out to see what’s next and what’s possible. As proud Brooklynites (yes, we do all live in Brooklyn) we think that having our studio a quick bike ride or a few train stops away is awesome, and our clients never seem to mind taking that quick trip over the bridge to see our digs and have a delicious pie (but we won’t get into the pizza debate!)

FACULTY was founded by Nasya Kamrat and Joshua Balgos, in order “for strategy and creation to come together more effectively,” as explained in the promo video on their site. Their area of expertise is motion design, live action and animation, motion graphics and VFX.

FACULTY made this video for Icelandic rock band Sigur Rós:

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