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Two companies with one mission, the result is a compelling messaging experience that utilizes the latest in design research, media optimization and data strategies to create imaginative campaigns that weave empirical knowledge into all that we craft. We understand and engage with all elements of storytelling, serving as a partner for strategy, writing, digital programmatics, video, web, print and experiential advertising. We offer a self-contained and refreshingly agile approach laser focused on our clients’ goals.


Collectively, Zoic has 350+ employees, with offices in Los Angeles, Vancouver, and New York City. Our team has earned three Emmy Awards, a Cannes Lion, and countless other accolades for visual effects in movies, television and multimedia.


Established in 2013, Zoic Labs is an advanced visualization company (small business concern) focused on the intersection of big data, narrative, design, and emerging technologies.


At our core we are creators. Our curiosity drives our desire to discover a better way, to iterate until we get it right, and to forge ahead with new ideas and products that tell a new story and offer transformative solutions for today’s changing world.


We provide R&D, software development, and UI/UX design related to data analytics and visualization, virtual reality, augmented reality, and artificial intelligence for a diverse range of private companies, as well as the U.S. Department of Defense and Intelligence Community.  


Zoic Studios is a multi-platform storytelling and visual effects company focused on the intersection of strategy, technology, and design, with emphasis on high-end computer graphics for film, television, integrated advertising, branded content, gaming and VR/AR experiences.


Zoic Studios has earned its reputation in world-class photoreal 3D modeling, rendering, and physics simulations of space vehicles, crafts, objects, and environments. Our team has earned Emmy Awards, a Cannes Lion, and countless other accolades for visual effects in movies such as Avengers: Age of Ultron, and television series such as “Game of Thrones,” “Homeland,” “CSI,” “Blacklist,” “The 100,” and “Battlestar Galactica.”


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