Humble (production studio)

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Industry Direction, Post-production, Design, Special effects, Animation, Visual effects, Color grading
Founded 2006
Headquarters New York City, USA
Number of locations

Humble, launched in 2006 by entrepreneur Eric Berkowitz, is a New York-based full service, creative-driven production house, known for film direction, special effects, animation, motion graphics, 3D modeling and visual effects for television commercials, video content for the web & mobile devices, and music videos. Humble's work for Domino's Pizza was awarded a Clio and nominated for an Emmy. The Humble-produced music video for "Uprising" by Muse won the 2010 MTV Video Music Award for "Best Special Effects".[1] Other artists' music videos produced by Humble include Wolfmother and Passion Pit.

In 2010 Humble expanded their production offering to include digital production services beyond video content.

Other notable clients have included IKEA, Samsung, Panasonic, Activision, Axe, Revlon, Starburst, Hoodie Allen, Tribeca Film Festival and The Museum of Sex.


  1. ^ MTV VMA 2010 Winner for Best Special Effects: Special Effects by Humble

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