The VFX Company is opening a 625 sq ft studio facility in central London equipped with a Red camera, Canon 5Ds and 7Ds, and motion control kit.

Branded Studio 66, it will also feature an infinity cove, as well as a Flame suite, an Avid DS suite and 10 workstations equipped with a mix of Maya, Nuke and After Effects.

The facility is expected to open in May.

Creative technical director Malcolm Wooldridge said the studio would enable VFX to offer live pre-visualisation and could be used by television productions, commercials and feature films.

“People can come to us with a creative idea, shoot it and start work on it straight away,” he said.

Wooldridge said that a “high six-figure sum” had been invested in the Warren Street facility, which will also be available for dry hire.