I grew up in a tiny, no stoplight town in Indiana and moved to New York City to study film at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts.

I was a color assistant at Deluxe New York, an international film and television post house, where I worked on independent and studio features (Pariah, Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close, The Wolf of Wall Street), and episodic television (The Americans, Elementary). After Deluxe I went to Box Studios, a boutique-style post house and advertising agency, where I did color grading for fashion films(Prada,
Balmain, Alexander Wang), music videos(Madonna x Steven Klein), and independent features(While We Were Young, Mistress America, Magic in the Moonlight).

I now color out of my own client-friendly studio in Brooklyn. My current work includes commercials for broadcast and web, VR, documentaries, narrative shorts/features, and music videos.

One of my favorite aspects of running my own business is being able to have direct communication with all my clients. I believe having easy-to-understand and personable interactions makes working within a technical + artistic environment the most enjoyable for everyone.

Feel free to shoot me an email if you would like a quote or have any other questions!

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P.S. I use the gender neutral pronouns: they, them, theirs. Don’t hesitate to ask me about it if you’re unfamiliar. ︎


















Mark LOREM IPSUM