Mark Dennison

Digital artist Mark Dennison joined Encore in January of 2010 and worked extensively on both the HD and 2K (for film-out) versions of the acclaimed World War II miniseries The Pacific. He currently does VFX for Castle, Weeds, Big Love, Hawaii Five-O and numerous other television shows.


Prior to Encore, Dennison spent five years at sister company RIOT (now Method Studios), where he divided his time between long-form projects and commercial work, as well as a number of spots he finished for cinema. Before RIOT, Dennison spent six years at Mixin Pixls, a company he co-founded. His projects there included a Visa spot "Kangaroo Dreams," for which he earned an AICP Award.


Dennison began his career as a Telecine Colorist and Computer Graphic Artist at Trans-American Video in Hollywood. Since then he has received multiple Emmy nominations and won a primetime Emmy for Outstanding Graphic Design for the title sequence to the comedy series Caroline in the City. Dennison is also a three-time finalist at the London International Advertising Awards and a two-time Monitor Award winner.