Artur Kubiczek has overseen all aspects of business and production at FBB since 2000.


Throughout his career, Artur has specialized in film production and direction and has strategized with brand mangers on the intricacies of digital film and how best to use them to market products. He has worked as a director for countless visual media including music videos, industrial films, and animated series and his expertise in digital film has been used to create visual effects for numerous feature films and television-series.

Artur has been invited world-wide to represent German animation and virtual productions. He has presented the studio’s work and guest-lectured in Korea, China, India, and New York City.
Artur holds a degree in electrical engineering from the University of Munich in Germany.



Caro Giessler has managed the overall planning and budgeting of all productions since 2004. She is armed with a talent for conceptual work and a dedicated expertise to talent management. With over 10 years of experience in the visual effects industry, Caro has a tremendous knowledge of all aspects of the complex creative processes which comprise animation. Her expertise and know-how in digital media production is a valuable asset for our clients.


Caro holds a degree in Fine Arts from the Leipzig University in Germany. She also studied at the University for the Creative Arts in England. Caro was a recipient of the prestigious BAFTA Fuji Student Film Award in 2001. 



Having worked in 10 countries for over 20 years on countless visual effects projects, Curtis Edwards is among the top supervisors in the effects industry today. He insists on remaining hands-on and being involved in emerging technologies; this gives FBB the edge to consider better alternatives for our clients. Well-versed in cinematic narrative, Curtis consults with clients very early in the production process, including the initial script stages.

Curtis’ portfolio includes supervisory roles in the production of many feature film including “Terminator 2-3D" (1995), "The Hunger Games" (2011), "Tron" (2010), and "Avatar" (2009).                         

Curtis is the recipient of numerous accolades including being a finalist for the MONITOR Award and receiving the Gold and Bronze BDA Awards.