L.A.-based VFX veteran Edward Irastorza joins Monsters Aliens Robots Zombies

Monsters Aliens Robots Zombies (MARZ) is proud to expand its L.A. presence by welcoming Edward Irastorza to its growing team.

Starting as a visual effects coordinator in 1995, the industry veteran has served as a visual effects supervisor and/or producer for groundbreaking projects such as Hellboy (2004), Grimm (2011-2017) and Pan's Labyrinth (2006), for which he won a Goya award and was nominated for a BAFTA award

Recently, he served as a visual effects consultant on the upcoming Apple TV+ series The Morning Show.

Joining MARZ as an Executive Producer, Irastorza will utilize his wealth of knowledge and experience in VFX to represent MARZ with business development and client relations within the Los Angeles area.

"I absolutely love MARZ's ability to deliver feature-film quality on TV timelines. I think it's an amazing opportunity for me and a game changer in the television visual effects industry,” Irastorza said.

"We're thrilled to add Edward to the MARZ family. He brings extensive experience as a VFX supervisor and producer in this industry, which is invaluable to our young company," Lon Molnar, co-president of MARZ, said. "We're proud to welcome him as a respected member of an already outstanding team, and look forward to the value he'll bring to our clients in L.A. and beyond."

Led by Molnar and co-president Jonathan Bronfman, MARZ's clients include premium TV content providers such as Netflix (The Umbrella Academy, Living With Yourself, Messiah), Amazon Prime (The Expanse, The Boys) and HBO (Watchmen), among others. The studio specializes in character creation, alteration and replication.

Farnia Fekri