Vancouver, BC – Digital art and design company, Atomhawk, today announced the opening of a new studio in Vancouver, Canada.

Atomhawk Director and founder, Ron Ashtiani, says: “We’re extremely excited to be expanding our team into Canada and look forward to bringing our values of creating industry-leading art and design with a high quality of service to a new team and a growing client base across North America.”

The Vancouver studio will be headed up by Creative Director, Maurice Kimball. Maurice has extensive experience in the entertainment industry having worked as an Art Director, Animator and Concept Artist for clients including Disney, Warner Brothers, Microsoft, Nickelodeon and Mattel.

Maurice says, “It’s a great opportunity to be joining Atomhawk at such an exciting time in the company’s development. The team in Vancouver has already hit the ground running on some diverse and inspiring new projects and, with the support and experience of the UK team, we look forward to working with more creative partners in Canada and beyond.”

Maurice and his team are currently looking for more concept artists of all levels as well as experienced production managers to join them in establishing a creative, passionate and ambitious team.

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About Atomhawk

Since 2009 Atomhawk have been working with movie studios, game developers and product designers to help realize their visions and bring ideas to life. Atomhawk delivers concept art, marketing art, user interface design and animation to clients including Warner Brothers, Microsoft, Amazon, Lego and Sony. Atomhawk is also part of the Sumo Group.

More information and examples of Atomhawk’s work can be found at

Recent projects include Injustice 2 (NetherRealm/WB Games); Eve: Valkyrie (CCP), Avengers: Age of Ultron (Marvel); Guardians of the Galaxy (Marvel), Thor: The Dark World (Marvel), Mortal Kombat X (WB Games); Injustice: Gods Among Us (WB Games), Killzone: Mercenary (Sony), Ryse: Son of Rome (Microsoft), Wonderbook: Book of Spells (Sony), Pottermore

Awards include: North East Business Awards: Best Small Business 2017; The Independent Games Developer Association (TIGA) Awards: Best Art Supplier 2016, 2014 & 2013.