ExodusFX is a 2D visual effects boutique specializing in compositing, paint, and matte extraction (rotoscoping articulated mattes and keying).  Our feature and TV credits include Black Swan, Moonrise Kingdom, Captain America, plus multiple episodes of Boardwalk Empire, Bones, Royal Pains, and Leverage.  Commercial credits include the Netflix campaigns, Aleve Rusty Man (4 spots over the last year), as well as spots for Sony, Google, and Adidas. Numerous houses in NY and LA have used our services including Brainstorm Digital, Superfad NY, LA, and Seattle, Look Effects, Electric Entertainment, and Shilo, to name a few.

Our location in Wilson, NC allows us to offer very competitive rates for high-end work, while providing access to gigabit fiber broadband to deliver our work faster.


Tina Wallace

Executive Producer

Tina started in the visual effects industry over 15 years ago, working at companies such as Pacific Title, CafeFX, Rainmaker Studios, and Look Effects. Known primarily as a master roto/paint monkey, her credits include Captain America, Black Swan, The Muppets, as well as multiple episodes on Leverage and Bones. Tina created ExodusFX in 2010 in order to provide an alternative for cost-effective, high-quality compositing, rotoscoping, and paint cleanup work. A native of West Virginia, she studied Creative Writing at MIT.


Brad Kalinoski

VFX Producer

An early passion for monster movies spurred Brad’s desire to work in visual effects. After building some local experience in videography and computer animation, he moved to Los Angeles to pursue his dream. Since then, he has worked on over seventy feature film and TV projects. As the Compositing Supervisor for Look Effects, he received nominations from the Visual Effects Society for his work on Black Swan and the final season of Lost. Prior to joining Look, he worked as a compositor for ILM, Digital Domain, and other VFX studios on projects such as all three Pirates of the Caribbean and Matrix movies.


Leslie Chung


Leslie is a NYC native who graduated from the School of Visual Art’s Computer Art department in 2007.  She began her career at Psyop as the lead roto and paint artist, managing and developing a team of artists to become the company’s digital doctors.  After freelancing around the city and working on various commercials and feature films as a compositor, she has settled her focus on creating our sister company Spline VFX, a roto outsourcing house within the United States, in an effort to produce high quality work in collaboration with studios on the home front.  As an ExodusFX producer and artist, Leslie helps bring in the cash while getting her hands dirty.


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