Digital Domain 3.0 Names Advertising, Games VP
May 21, 2015

Digital Domain 3.0 Names Advertising, Games VP

PLAYA VISTA, CA—Academy Award-winning visual effects house  Digital Domain revealed that Tiffani Manabat will be joining its ranks as Vice President of Advertising and Games.

Tiffani will join the ground-breaking team responsible for state-of-the-art VFX for such brands as Cadillac, Lexus, Nike, Microsoft, Ubisoft, Xbox and American Airlines. Tiffani brings with her years of experience executive producing award winning, multi-million dollar broadcast commercials, web content, video game trailers, music videos and live events for some of the most successful companies in the industry. As Vice President of Advertising and Games, she will be over-seeing operations, sales and marketing and will report to Rich Flier, President of Advertising and Games. 

“We are thrilled that Tiffani is joining us again at Digital Domain,” said Rich Flier, President of Advertising and Games. “She brings a unique blend of live action production experience, a deep understanding of complex VFX production and client relationships that are second to none.  She is the perfect person to lead this team as we continue to provide the very best in VFX as well as expand our reach into emerging technologies.”

“The Visual Effects industry has changed tremendously over the last few years and it’s exciting to see how Digital Domain has used its legendary expertise and new innovations to grow with it,” said Manabat. “I love this place because it empowers our visionary artists and continues to produce breathtaking work. Digital Domain’s strengths stretch incredibly far having been one of the original ground breaking houses in the business.  And with its amazing talent and dedication to remarkable visual effects, I am excited and honored to be a part of this team.” 

A 13-year veteran of commercial production, Tiffani rejoins Digital Domain after previously serving for three years, first as Senior Commercial Producer, and then as Executive Producer.  She began her career in live action commercial production working for companies such as Anonymous Content, VH1/MTV, HKM @Radical and Motion Theory. While at Motion Theory she expanded her production role into visual effects and postproduction. Most recently she worked at Caviar where she was responsible for revamping their postproduction process from editorial through VFX finishing while working closely with the director roster as well as the client and their creative teams.