Bonin had most recently served as executive producer at Tool of North America. Prior to Tool, he was MD/director of integrated production at Trailer Park. He had previously spent five years at Crispin Porter + Bogusky, ending his stint there as VP Integrated head of video.
At TBWA, Bonin will report directly to agency president, Carisa Bianchi.
Vince Genovese has left McCann Worldgroup to join San Francisco-based production company Rehab as a partner, director of production. He was previously director of broadcast production for both the L.A. and San Francisco offices at McCann. Prior to joining McCann, he held senior staff producer positions at the San Francisco offices of Young & Rubicam, TBWAChiatDay and FCB, and has also worked on a freelance basis for Goodby, Silverstein & Partners and Venables, Bell & Partners. Genovese's integrated content work for Microsoft Xbox Halo won him a Cannes Grand Prix in 2007. He has also worked with brands including Adidas, Levi's, AT&T, Amazon.com, Major League Baseball, Fox Sports, Chevron and Ask.com.
Gasket Studios, the design, visual effects and animation boutique, has added look artist Tiffany Borchardt and animator Clayton Miller to its growing team, as it also adds 5,000 square feet of space to its Minneapolis offices. Borchardt (left) returns to her native Minneapolis from Los Angeles, where she worked at Rhythm & Hues as lighting technical director and look development artist on feature films including The Golden Compass (winner of the Academy Award for Best Visual Effects), Night at the Museum, Evan Almighty, and The Incredible Hulk.
Miller (left) joins Gasket from Flurry Animation Studios where he worked on character animation and rigging for episodic children's direct-to-video programming. Prior to Flurry, Clayton spent two years at Oops Animation, where he worked on the History Channel show Monster Quest Season 1.
Cut+Run has recruited award-winning editor Gary Knight to its roster. Formerly at Peepshow and Final Cut, he has collected awards include the 2009 AICE award for his contribution to Adidas' House Party. He also edited the controversial Robbie Williams Rock DJ video which was voted the seventh Most Groundbreaking Video Ever on MTV.