Hello, we are XDFX Studios. We are animators, vfx artists, post-production specialists, programmers and digital content developers. Basically we're a couple of nerds addicted to learning new things and staying up-to-date with emerging technology. We are dedicated to high-quality work, creative solutions and an efficient workflow.
We're a full-service studio equipped to service your full-service agency. We have a wide variety of talents and are capable of completing multifasceted projects from start to finish, which saves you the hassle of working with multiple vendors to get a single project done.
We have years of experience working with a variety of agencies for clients such as Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA), Western Digital, Sur La Table, Boeing, Lamkin, ABC Family, Google, Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA) and NVEnergy. Our goal is to make sure our clients are happy and we will do whatever it takes to make sure we meet all your needs.
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Ryan's first explorations into animation included stop-motion with Legos and an old video camera. This kept him occupied for a while until his parents gave him his first computer. He spent his days learning how to program games and websites until he ran into a program called Flash. This allowed him to use his programming and animation skills at the same time. In college Ryan studied Multimedia and Web Design with an emphasis in 2D animation. After graduation he continued exploring the world of animation and discovered 3D animation using Cinema4D. Ryan is continuously keeping himself up to date on modern technologies and learning new ways to solve complex problems.
Carrie was an artist from the time she learned how to hold a pencil. She always walked to the beat of her own drum. She immersed herself in the studio arts--painting, drawing and sculpting. Finally in college she learned she could do all of these things on a computer, which was, to be honest, a lot less messy. She spent some years as a graphic designer, but wasn’t quite satisfied. She went back to school to learn web programming and animation, and learn how to make her designs come to life. Carrie knows she will never stop learning new technologies and new ways to improve her craft.