Kenneth L. Halsband was named president of physical and post production Thursday by Relativity Media.
In his new post, he will oversee budgeting, physical production, post production, and delivery for all of the studio's films.
“Ken has been extremely instrumental to our productions over the past several years. He is not only passionate about all of our films but his hard work ethic and focus on physical production and post-production has made him an outstanding executive on our team,” Tucker Tooley, president of Relativity Media, said in a statement.
Relativity has been quiet this summer, but scored a box office hit last spring with "Act of Valor," which made $80 million worldwide on a $12 million budget, and pushed "Mirror, Mirror" to a moderate $162.6 million worldwide gross on a $85 million budget. Due up in September is the Jennifer Lawrence horror film "House at the End of the Street."
Halsband joined Relativity as executive vice president, physical and post production in August 2007.
Previously, he founded Finish Line Post in 2006, an independent technology lab and digital post-production company. He began his career in the entertainment industry working at Saturday Night Live with the film unit and worked at locations for Woody Allen’s "Deconstructing Harry," "Mighty Aphrodite," and "Celebrity."