Written by Kianna Best on Apr 27, 2023. Posted in General Interest

BlueBolt extend their senior management team

Independent London-based visual effects studio BlueBolt has announced the expansion of their senior management team. Joining co-founders Lucy Ainsworth-Taylor and Angela Barson are Tracy McCreary, Henry Badgett and Nic Birmingham on the board of directors. With a high profile slate of projects on their resume, the newest additions to the team are set to the bolster the company with the array of experiences being brought on.


Pain Hustlers; Image courtesy of Netflix


“This is an incredibly exciting time for BlueBolt,” commented Ainsworth-Taylor. “ We are delighted to welcome Tracy, Henry and Nic to the board. They are each long-standing, highly respected members of our team, who bring outstanding leadership and real energy to the table. They will do a brilliant job leading the company forward.”


The board of directors will be led by long serving managing director Tracy McCreary. Joining her as creative vision leaders are multi award-winning VFX supervisor Henry Badgett who has been involved with Ridley Scott’s Napoleon and The Great, and head of 3D, Nic Birmingham also of Napoleon and The Last Kingdom. Will the new support of the team, the co-founders will step back into more peripheral roles as directors and shareholders. Establishing their reputation in the industry with their initial work with Game of Thrones, BlueBolt are currently in production on a roster of projects including Rober Egger’s Nosferatu,  Fast X, Mission Impossible:Dead Reckoning Part One, Cobra season 3, and Pain Hustlers.


The Peripheral ; Image courtesy of Amazon Studios


Tracy McCreary, Managing Director, BlueBolt said: “Nic, Henry and I are thrilled to join the BlueBolt board. We look forward to building upon Lucy and Angela’s amazing legacy of creating award-winning visual effects and nurturing an exceptional, close-knit team. Bluebolt has doubled in size since 2020, and we have a full slate of film and episodic projects lined up, so we couldn’t be more excited about the future of the studio.”


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