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Four Walls opens Baselight suite and hires Jon Leese-Pomfret

Four Walls opens Baselight suite and hires Jon Leese-Pomfret
Jon Creamer
12 June 2015

Cut+Run sister company Four Walls has opened a new Baselight colour grading suite and brought in colourist Jon Leese-Pomfret.  

Founded by Andy Brown in 2006, Four Walls creates vfx for commercials, TV and feature films. The company formed a partnership with Cut+Run in 2010 and moved into its Wardour Street premises. The companies are now investing in expanding their colour and vfx wing in addition to Cut+Runs Promos+Content division that launched earlier this year.

“It's a really exciting time here at Four Walls and it's great to have been
involved with the expansion from the very beginning – helping Andy design the new suites and getting it off the ground,” said Leese-Pomfret. “We have an amazing team here at Four Walls and I'm really looking forward to getting started and working alongside the talented bunch at Cut+ Run on our first projects together.”

Leese-Pomfret started out in grading as an assistant in Prime Focus’s grading department before moving up to become a Colourist. He has worked on projects for brands such as Nissan, Cadburys and Dominoes and on pop promos for Sigma and Paloma Faith, Hozier.

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