Artemple-Hollywood launched in January 2014 and is headquartered in El Segundo, CA.  Within its first year, the company produced visual effects for David Fincher’s blockbuster hit, Gone Girl, for 20th Century Fox and was the sole visual effects company on the Warner Bros. film, Entourage.  Artemple contributed on the HBO series, "Vinyl," helmed by Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger, and Terrence Winter, and on both seasons of David Fincher's Netflix original series, "Mindhunter."  Most recently, Artemple helped bring Golden Age Hollywood to life in the critically-acclaimed Netflix film Mank, also directed by David Fincher, which won the Visual Effects Society award for Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Photoreal Picture.
Artemple's specialty is in creating complex 2.5D and 3D environments that augment the storytelling process.  We also provide a broad range of skill sets from On-Set Supervision, Conceptual Art and Visual Effects Design, CG Environments, Matte Paintings, Compositing, Set Extensions, CG Effects, Crowd Duplications, Previz, Beauty Enhancements, Rig Removal, Live Action Production, and Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality capabilities. 
Artemple's creative studio is 3,000 square feet and was built utilizing the latest technology to achieve the highest level of artistry for Feature Films, Television, Commercials, Themed Entertainment, Special Venue Projects, and Content Creation.  This approach empowers our seasoned artists with the best tools for bringing our clients’ vision to life.
Our creative studio is outfitted with a state-of-the-art screening room that has reviewing hardware and software that includes the newest Barco digital film projector, a custom-built Steward film screen, and a gold standard playback system of RVSDI; enabling our clients to do theater-style reviews.
Our primary focus is to give our clients the utmost quality of service while offering a uniquely collaborative and creative environment.