MPC has signed award-winning colorist Paul Harrison to their team. Complimenting the talents of Jean-Clement Soret, Mark Gethin, George K and Kenny Gibb, Harrison joins as Senior Colorist. The team sheet includes some of the most highly respected international colorists and is lead by Jean-Clement Soret who graded Danny Boyle's multiple Oscar-winning SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE.
MPC received all the nominations in the 2008 BTAA craft Best Colorist category with L.A.-based Mark Gethin winning the award for Adam Berg's Saab, TURBO, one example of MPC's remote grading set up between Mark in LA and clients in MPC London. Using the same technology, the L.A. production team can make Harrison available to collaborate on jobs based in the U.S.
Harrison joins MPC at an exciting time, when a technology review has enabled non linear grading, the establishment of the DataLab for digital workflows and a refurbishing of the color grading department. His experience setting up non-linear grading pipelines and working on Da Vinci and Pogle grading systems as well as the Baselight will be a real asset.