February is shaping up to be a big month for Click 3X with the addition of Jordan Bramlett as colourist, solidifying Click’s transition into a full-service production company providing live action, digital, and post-production services.
Prior to signing on, Jordan cut his teeth serving as an IATSE Local 600 DIT on-set with directors and cinematographers as well as behind the scenes, honing his colorist’s eye. Jordan has coluor graded a wealth of projects, including “Tucker,” a fashion music video featured in the New York Times Magazine Style Section, “Angola Hardcore,” a feature documentary that premiered at the Dubai Film Festival, and a broad spectrum of commercial clients including Alexandre Plokhov, Joe Fresh, Tory Birch, Macy’s, Toy’s R Us, Heidi Klum, Comcast, Bushmills, GMC, Ford, VH1, Verizon and the list goes on. “As soon as I met Jordan, I realized this was a unique opportunity for him and for Click 3X. In addition to his talent, his experience with directors and clients on-set make his knowledge of the process invaluable,” says Click 3X Managing Director Jason Mayo, “a lot of houses have color correction capabilities, but we wanted to wait for the right fit and with Jordan coming on board, we found it.”
Click 3X has launched a coluor correction suite as an extension of their post-production services, employing Jordan’s valuable skillset. Click 3X will utilize a varied suite of tools and applications, including a state of the art Davinci Resolve system and control surface with professionally calibrated color reference monitors for client supervised sessions, and a powerful multi-GPU / Red Rocket processing system for unparalleled performance.
Jordan joins Click 3X’s in-house directors Juan Delcan, Josh & Vince, Mark Szumski and Simon Blake, Creative Director Ders Hallgren, Editors Ed Einhorn and Jeremy Baumann, and the ClickFire Media Interactive Team.