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I recently chatted to one of Europe’s leading Color Graders Dave Hughes Originally from Ireland, Dave has gone full circle following stints in London and Brussels he returned to Dublin in 2005 to set up a Baselight room. He has an extensive 25 year career grading many different genres. Dave talks about grading a 20 year old Guinness TVC and his wor…
 
Season 3 of the Color Tour Podcast has been renamed ‘Not on Tour.’ I cannot travel so the CT Podcast is being conducted on ZOOM. I recently chatted to one of Africa’s leading Color Graders Bobola Oniwura He studied Architecture so calls himself the ‘Accidental Colorist’ Having moved away from designing houses he co founded a Creative Agency with fr…
 
Season 3 of the Color Tour Podcast has been renamed ‘Not on Tour.’ I cannot travel so the CT Podcast is being conducted on ZOOM. I talked to Maxine in her DI theatre at Picture Shop during a break in sessions. Maxine is a Hollywood A list Colorist. Her credits include big tent pole titles amongst a list of over 60 films. She now works at Picture Sh…
 
Season 3 of the Color Tour Podcast has been renamed ‘Not on Tour.’ I cannot travel so the CT Podcast is being conducted on ZOOM. Setyo is as he says laughing, “I’m one of three gun colorists in Malaysia” He was born in Indonesian before moving to KL. He scored a job at the Blackmagic Design Post House as a VT op and worked his way up to being a sen…
 
Chatting to Bob was the ultimate ‘going down memory lane Podcast’ for me. Having said that he also has some fantastic advice for up and coming color graders. Bob Festa has been coloring for nearly 40 years. As he says in the podcast “There is nothing I haven’t seen in front or behind me in a session, the only difference now during the Pandemic ther…
 
Season 3 of the Color Tour Podcast has been renamed ‘Not on Tour.’ Gino is one of the leading color graders in Peru. I first met Gino when he came to my iColorist NYC class in 2012. We have stayed in contact ever since. He has really embraced HDR and is already on his 2nd HDR monitor. We chatted about working in Peru and how he started Gamma Post i…
 
Season 3 of the Color Tour Podcast has been renamed ‘Not on Tour.’ I chatted to Juan Cabrera 3 days before the 2020 HPA Awards where he was nominated coloring the TNT show Alienist ‘Angel of Darkness’ Juan started his first company aged 17 in Madrid, Spain. He prepped for his first color grade by reading the Mistika manual on a 5 hour car drive fro…
 
Season 3 of the Color Tour Podcast has been renamed ‘Not on Tour.’ I visited Toby at CHEAT in 2018. It is a fantastic facility situated in Hackney East London, very close to where I went to school. We checked out his facility and then went to his local pub for a pie and a pint. I didn’t have my recording kit that day, but I made the desision to inc…
 
Season 3 of the Color Tour Podcast has been renamed ‘Not on Tour.’ I had planned to visit Walter in his new grading suite at Company 3 just after NAB 2020 but COVID 19 meant I never made it to LA. I decided to make the CT Podcast a Virtual Pod and I’m glad I did as this is a great listen. Walter is one of the world’s leading Color graders. He has c…
 
Junbin Chen is one of the top colorists in South East Asia. This is our pre COVID-19 chat that took place at a post house called Iceberg in Singapore. The chat then relocated to Bar Larong 13 in near by Geylang. Junbin has graded over 25 feature films, 20 TV series and 100s of TV Commercials. She was finishing a McDonalds commercial when we met at …
 
Chema Alba is one of Spain’s premier color graders. He started out at a film scanning company. Handling film gave him the taste for colouring so he pursued the big manufactures to loan him a machine so he could practice. This showed his enthusiasm as at the time he wasn’t a colorist and the systems were over $300,000! Chema now works at Deluxe Madr…
 
Marc Wielage is a veteran Colorist based in Hollywood. He has been grading for 40 years and has the credits and stories to prove it. The chat starts at his shop in Hollywood before moving to legendary Hollywood restaurant Canters. Lots of people know him from the many different color forums he follows. Marc has helped many colorists at all levels, …
 
Leo Otero is a master colorist working in Bogota, Colombia. He has his own facility called 2.35 and works mainly on movies and longform projects. Leo has been recognized worldwide for his work as Senior Colorist, the projects he has worked in have been awarded throughout the globe, such us the Cinematography award in Sundance Film Festival for Dog …
 
This episode really gets to the heart of what the Color Tour Podcast is all about. Dario Bigi is a New Yorker through and through. Originally born in Queens he has now been an East Village resident for over 20 years now. He is an owner operator and runs his grading shop out of his apartment. Dario is the first CT Podcast colorist who hasn’t come vi…
 
Kevin Shaw has been a colorist for over 30 years. He has worked full-time in London, Italy and Switzerland, and also started the da-vinci training academy in Florida. Kevin co founded the International Colorist Academy and is a driving force behind the Colorist Society International. He currently lives in London, but we took this opportunity to rec…
 
Alter Ego is one of the premier post facilities in the world. Based in Toronto, Alter Ego was founded 10 years ago by Australian Colorists Eric Whipp and Wade Odlum. They specialise in colouring on Baselight but the facility has grown to add VFX and production to its roster. The guys balance colouring TVCs, managing over 50 staff, and still manage …
 
Warren chats to Jet in Soho, London about her extensive work history. The move from TVCs to drama, women in color, and what she thinks of Kevin Shaw. Being headhunted — and on the other hand getting fired in Leicester SQ after a movie screening. How do you get five days to grade a one shot Madonna TVC? Jet has colored numerous television commercial…
 
This episode comes from Gothenburg on the West Coast of Sweden. It features Nikolai Waldman, colorist and owner at CAN Film. Warren and Nikolai chat about why he loves FSI monitors, grading Volvo trucks shot on Sony cameras and what he was grading in LA recently. DejaEdit – http://deja-soft.com/dejaedit/ Resolve Collect – https://www.niwa.nu/resolv…
 
Warren is in beautiful Auckland, New Zealand for this episode of the Color Tour Podcast chatting to long form colorist Alana Cotton, who works at Images Post and Sound. They start their chat in Alana’s grading theatre before moving to the new harbourfront area where New Zealand will defend the America’s Cup in 2021. Topics discussed include Alana’s…
 
Clark Muller grew up on the tough streets of Hackney in East London. He worked his way up to become one of London’s top TVC colorists. He then moved to Brazil via Hong Kong before settling in Los Angeles. Warren chats to Clark at his Nucoda grading shop in Venice Beach. They chat about the challenges of grading in different countries, and why he le…
 
Paul Hanrahan left his native South Africa to follow his love of Kung Fu in Taiwan. When a post house in Taipei needed a colorist, Paul realized he could follow both his passions. Warren chats with Paul at Digimax in both his Nucoda and Resolve grading suites. The conversations continues in a local taxi before concluding in a local restaurant. Topi…
 
Episode 2: NAB 2018 Episode 2 of the Color Tour was recorded in Las Vegas at the Sixth Annual NAB Colorist Mixer was held on the Sunday before the exhibition opens. Warren takes the mic behind the scenes of the Mixer and finds out what the colorists have been grading and garners their thoughts on the Mixer concept. The Podcast opens at the pre-Mixe…
 
Episode 1: Vincent Taylor Vincent Taylor is a senior colorist at Chimney NYC. He has recently relocated to New York after a three year stint with MPC in Shanghai. In this podcast, Vincent describes the challenges of working in a foreign country, including clients and their expectations, and the number of hours he spends on a typical project. We sta…
 
With the paint still wet and the drinks fridge still chilling the new Media Village training room opened for business last week. Chris and Pat from MV had decided to expand their already strong commitment to training by creating a dedicated training space. Equipped with a Mac Pro/Resolve control surface for the trainer, and 17” MacBook Pros driven …
 
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