Company 3 London
Thu, 03 Feb 2022 08:54:34 GMT
Company 3 has announced that Framestore colourists Steffan Perry, Simon Bourne, Beau Leon, Clark Griffiths and Dominic Phipps will be joining the Company 3 roster as a major development in the partnership between Framestore and Company 3. London-based senior producer Chris Anthony, who has been an integral member of Framestore's colour department for over 14 years, will also be joining the team and working closely with CO3’s executive producer, Ellora Soret.
In London, Perry, Bourne, Phipps and Anthony will join the existing roster of world-class colourists including Chris Rogers, Emily Russul-Saib, Greg Fisher, Gareth Spensley Jean-Clément Soret and Paul Staples, at Company 3's newly-completed Chancery Lane studio. Forming the UK and Europe’s most formidable team working across both advertising and longform projects and expanding on Company 3’s legacy as the global leader in colour. Leon and Clark will join their revered roster of US based artists.
Bourne, among the most-awarded colourists working today, has created a stellar body of work and collaborates frequently with top directors such as Daniel Wolfe, Salomon Ligthelm and Dan Delifice.
Perry, brings with him 24 years’ experience and as a highly-sought-after colourist, has built up an enviable list of credits with some of the world's leading brands and entertainment providers, as well as garnering a highly impressive number of awards and nominations at festivals including Cannes Lions, British Arrows and D&AD awards. His latest work can be seen in McDonald’s Christmas much loved Christmas advert “Imaginary Iggy”.
Phipps has been highly successfully in the hybrid role of assist/colourist for Framestore since 2018 and has brought his keen eye and attention to detail to many commercials as well as to music videos for leading artists including Pixey ("Electric Dreams"), Easy Life "Nightmares (Live)", and Alfie Templeman ("Forever isn't Long Enough").
Leon’s body of work crosses commercials, feature films, documentaries and music videos. He launched his career with the iconic R.E.M. music video "Losing My Religion," and has subsequently worked with hundreds of high-profile artists, filmmakers and brands. He is the first non-director to receive the Lifetime Achievement Award from the MVPA.
Griffiths, based in the heart of Chicago, has graded a wide variety of commercials in virtually all genres. Recently, his artistic touch and attention to detail could be clearly seen in spots such as "Drake from State Farm", which premiered during the 2021 Superbowl; the colourful campaign for the launch of Corona Seltzer and multiple high-production-value commercials for high-end car brands such as Volkswagen and Cadillac.
"We are delighted to be further bolstering our teams in London, Los Angeles and Chicago," says Stefan Sonnenfeld, Company 3 Founder and President. "This addition of talent and expertise from Framestore's colour department will position Company 3 to be able to enhance our already world-class post and colour services to TV shows, features, commercials and music videos."view more - Hires, Wins & BusinessCompany 3 London, Thu, 03 Feb 2022 08:54:34 GMT