Post production studio Cheat has added Senior Colourist Jonny Tully to its roster.
Tully moves from Big Buoy/Tag Collective Arts and brings a decade of commercials, music videos and narrative experience to Cheat’s team.
His credits include work with brands such as Adidas, Net-A-Porter, Burberry, Lurpak, Nike, Staropramen and Toyota and his promo work covers a diverse range of artists including Burna Boy, Stormzy, Arlo Parks, Bastille and Liam Gallagher. His work with DoP David Wright on ‘Inglorious’ for slowthai, which was shot digitally and printed to film, won a cinematography and colour grading award. His work has won awards at Kinsale and Thunderdance, and feature film ‘The Last Tree’ was part of Sundance’s selection in 2019, opening its category.
Tully comments: “I’m delighted to be joining such a creative and exciting team that’s so passionate about colour. I’ve always been impressed by CHEAT’s dedication to invest in and push the latest technology across both long and short form projects and I’m excited to see where the company goes next with its innovative and ambitious approach to post.”
Cheat Founder and Senior Colourist, Toby Tomkins, adds: “I am honoured to have Jonny join the creative team at Cheat. I’ve been a fan of his artistic sensitivity to colour and attention to detail for many years. Jonny’s work is incredible and I can’t wait to see him use his talent and craft across all forms of motion picture here. I’m certain his warmth and character will be a lovely addition to the culture here and I look forward to working with him.”
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