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MPC New York Announces Studio Expansion

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New floor includes two extra colour grading suites, a large flame finishing room, 4k capabilities and HD mastering

MPC New York Announces Studio Expansion

MPC New York has announced the expansion of its SoHo offices, adding a third floor to the fully integrated creative studio space. 

The aesthetic of the new floor follows the design scheme originally developed by Bruce Bolander for the rest of the studio and encapsulates the very best technology available; two extra colour grading suites, a large flame finishing room, 4k capabilities and HD mastering. MPC VR and MPC Creative continue alongside the core VFX work on the original floors in the building.

The colour offer in New York is led by colour graders Adrian Seery and James Tillett who form part of MPC’s global remote grading network. Through this network clients can remotely access acclaimed colourists across 17 locations, including Jean-Clement Soret in London and Mark Gethin in LA. 

Managing Director of MPC NY Justin Brukman explains "I’m incredibly excited with the addition of our new floor.  This new space gives MPC NY accommodation for our well-documented recent growth. As ever, we continue to aim for the highest level of creative excellence.  I’m extremely proud of the stunning space which has very much been designed with the client experience in mind.  Every detail has been considered."


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Genres: Visual VFX

MPC New York, Mon, 28 Sep 2015 13:30:03 GMT