Titmouse announced plans today to move its Vancouver, Canada-based operation to a larger location, and also announced the promotion of two key executives to support its growth in Canada.

The new office is located a few blocks from the current Titmouse office in Vancouver’s Mt. Pleasant neighborhood. Titmouse first opened a Vancouver studio in 2013, to support its operations in Los Angeles and New York City.

“With three major animated series in production, we are on track to have over 300 artists in-house by the end of the year,” said Kevin Gamble, v-p and supervising producer, Titmouse Canada. “This is a significant staff increase, having started with 30 artists five years ago.”

Gamble, who has newly been promoted to v-p and supervising producer at Titmouse Canada, will focus on focus on sales, overall studio growth, and management strategy for the Canadian operation.

The studio also announced that Jennifer Ray will move from Titmouse’s Los Angeles studio to Vancouver, where she is being promoted to v-p and head of production. At Titmouse Canada, Ray will supervise animation production for the company’s various series, as well as train producers and help optimize the studio’s productivity and operational efficiency.

“I’m excited to bring my 14 years of animation experience to Vancouver and foster Titmouse’s reputation of promoting artist advocacy and creativity,” said Ray in a statement. “As the first female to be promoted to this role in our Canadian studio, I am honored to help advance Titmouse’s exceptional brand of quality, both in animated content and production service.”

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