Neysa Horsburgh joined Psyop in 2007 and was instrumental in launching Psyop’s Venice Beach studio in 2008. Since then, the Managing Director/Executive Producer has built Psyop’s directorial roster and expanded the systems support team into the full creative staff that works there today.
Horsburgh oversaw the production of Coca-cola “Heist” which won an Emmy for Outstanding Achievement in Commercials the first year the west coast branch was open. She also oversaw jobs that went on to win multiple awards at the AICP awards, CLIOs, D&AD, The One Show, Cannes and The Annie Awards show since Psyop’s inception.
Prior to joining Psyop, Horsburgh helped launch Method Studios in 1998. While there, she worked with top production companies and advertising agencies, creating multiple award-winning projects for clients such as Xbox Halo (“Believe” directed by Rupert Saunders), Adidas (“Carry” directed by Noam Murro), and Sears (“Arboretum” directed by Rupert Saunders) to name only a few.