Click 3X Ramps Up with Trio of Key Hires

Click 3X, the full service studio positioned at the intersection of entertainment, advertising, and technology, has announced the signing of three talented staffers to bolster its already impressive roster of post-production talent. The renowned Steve Holiner headlines the group, and will join the studio as senior VFX producer. Will Frohn is Click's new senior designer, while Brian Paul joins as senior engineer.

"We've been bringing in more work at a more sophisticated level, and the additions of Steve, Will and Brian position us to continue this tremendous growth," noted Click 3X founder Peter Corbett. "These guys are all majorly talented and will bring added experience and passion to their respective divisions."

Holiner's Super Bowl work includes spots for GE, Pepsi, Lay's and FedEx. He has also worked with McCann-Erickson, BBDO, JWT, Ogilvy & Mather, and Saatchi Healthcare. In addition to his duties at Click 3X, Holiner will continue to be co-owner, writer and director of Toy Monkey Films. Prior to joining Click, Holiner held positions at a number of top studios, including roles as executive producer at Quiet Man, 89/Headlight and Guava.

"Click immediately felt like the right fit for me," stated Holiner. "They have the right team, mindset and resources to continually deliver outstanding work. I'm excited to be starting along with Will and Brian. Now it's time to dig in and start creating."

Frohn is an expert designer and illustrator whose clients include Ferrari, McDonald's Mervyns, TV Guide, Prevacid, Xbox, Kellogg's, NASCAR, Nike, TGI Friday's, The One Show, the Webby Awards and Reese's, among many others. He has held positions at Digital Kitchen and Screenlife Games.

Paul has spent time as chief engineer at Pure and held engineering positions at The Napolean Group and Charlex.

About Click 3X:

Click 3X and its interactive division ClickFire Media create engaging film, TV and web content. Working in tandem or autonomously, Click 3X shoots, edits, designs, animates and creates VFX, while ClickFire brings those disciplines into the interactive space. Click operates a full service, 11,000 square foot state of the art studio in Manhattan outfitted with 50 fulltime staffers.