Cinespace Studios announces that Jane Williamson will join the company as Head of Client Services & Studio Operations in Chicago. Nick Pissios will be leaving the position.
Jane was most recently Production Supervisor on season 2 of Lionsgate TV’s Power Book IV: Force and Legendary Entertainment’s Night Sky. Reporting to Eoin Egan, COO and Co-Managing Partner, she will be responsible for managing all day-to-day studio operations, business development and client relations.
Jane is a native Chicagoan and rose through the ranks of commercial, non-scripted and scripted TV production starting as a PA. Nick Pissios will support Jane and help with the transition and then plans to work with his brother Alex Pissios and his new business ventures.
“Jane has worked on the Cinespace lot for many years in several different roles and understands the needs of a production and the Chicago film and TV community,” said Eoin Egan, COO and Co-Managing Partner, Cinespace Studios. “We’re excited to have her lead our operations team and bring a new perspective to the client experience.”
“Joining Cinespace is a unique opportunity for me to work with the film community in a new and exciting way. My experience on the lot as a client gives me unique insight and I’m looking forward to providing personalized service to productions’ needs,” said Jane Williamson.
“It’s been a privilege to work with Nick in the operation that he built with his brothers and late Uncle Nick Mirkopoulos. His immense pride in the business and knowledge of the day-to-day has been essential to the operational transition for Ashley, Keith and me,” continued Eoin. “We wish Nick well in his future endeavors and he will always be welcome on this lot since his Cinespace pass will never expire.”
“It has been an amazing journey working alongside my brothers, supporting our clients on the lot and seeing first-hand the success and overall growth of the industry in Chicago. I’m looking forward to the next chapter of my career and excited to see the studio grow to the next level,” said Nick Pissios.
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