Technicolor London has added colourist Brian Krijgsman to its DI team.

Krijgsman has spent the last nine years working with high-profile directors and cinematographers, as Senior Commercials Colourist at Amsterdam post facility – The Ambassadors.

Most recently, Krijgsman worked on the Warchild campaign ‘Batman’ which won a Cannes Gold Lion, and has also worked on campaigns for brands including Hermes, Nike and Nissan. 

Krijgsman said: “It is my honour and pleasure to join the Technicolor family in London. I’m looking forward to working alongside and to be inspired by a team with such a vast amount of expertise and talent.”

The new role at Technicolor London will see Krijgsman return to a DI colourist role – a role he has previously held at Framestore London, working on features including In The Loop, Harry Brown, Franklyn and Death at a Funeral.

John Fleming, VP of Post Production, UK says: “I’m delighted that Brian has joined our DI team. He is a highly-regarded colourist, not afraid to push creative boundaries with his work and that can be seen on the projects he has graded at The Ambassadors and Framestore before that. With the addition of Jean-Clément Soret and now Brian, in addition to Dan Coles, Kevin Horsewood, Alex Gascoigne, Lee Twohey and Jodie Davidson I believe that we now have one of the most creative and well-regarded colourist teams in the industry.”

Jon Creamer

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