Senior Colourist Lucie Barbier-Dearnley has moved from Picture Shop New York to join the company’s London roster of talent.

Picture Shop is part of Streamland, owner of The Farm Group.

Barbier-Dearnley’s credits cross all genres including feature, episodic and documentaries. Her latest episodic credits include Harlem (Amazon), Monsterland (Hulu), and High Score (Netflix). Her recent feature credits include This is the Night, You Should Have Left and the documentary Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain.

“We are delighted to be welcoming Lucie to our London facility,” said John Fleming, managing director of Picture Shop UK. “Our client and talent focused approach generates an atmosphere that fosters the creative needs of filmmakers. Artistic colourists like Lucie, alongside the rest of our team, play a key role in making this environment possible.”

Barbier-Dearnley said, “I am excited to return to London and join Picture Shop’s incredible team there. During my time in New York, I had the opportunity to work with many wonderful filmmakers and colleagues. Even though I’ve moved across the pond, Picture Shop is built around global collaboration, so I ‘m happy that I’ll remain a part of the larger team. “

A native of France, Barbier-Dearnley began her career in post-production at Company 3 in New York before moving to the company’s London facility. She later returned to New York to work for Sim Post before becoming part of the Streamland community.

Jon Creamer

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