Company 3 has added former MPC Colourist, Matthieu Toullet to its London studio and global roster.

Toullet’s career spans over 15 years. Having found his passion for colour at Digital District in Paris, he moved to London and honed his craft at MPC. He will now be based out of Company 3 and sister studio Framestore’s shared home on Chancery Lane.

His recent work, across genres, includes the Sundance nominated feature Brian & Charles. The inaugural Gold Cannes Lion in Film Craft- Colour Correction/Grading was awarded to Burberry ‘Festive’, a campaign directed by his regular collaborators MEGAFORCE. He also helped to craft Ciclope Gold Awarded Volkswagen ‘The Others’ directed by SI&AD from Academy Films.

Matthieu Toullet comments, “It’s an absolute honour to join Company 3 and their ‘crème de la crème’ team of colourists. I have huge respect for the variety of work that Company 3 does, especially their impressive feature film credits. I’m looking forward to working on all different types of projects with a company who have such a huge focus on colour.”

His list of collaborators includes Directors Megaforce, Daryl, Si&Ad, Sacred Egg, Gary Freedman, Rob Chui, Ben Strebel, Siri Bunford, Jonathan Arlic, Bruno Aveillan, and Traktor.

He also works regularly with DP’s including Matias Boucard, Ben Fordesman, Pierre de Kerchove, Paul Ozgur, Olan Collardy, Benjamin Todd, Jim Jolliffe, Murren Tullett. Benoit Soler and Justin Brown.

Company 3’s Head of Colour in London Jean-Clément Soret comments, “Matthieu comes with stacks of ideas, mountains of talent, tons of experience, and is a great person to work with as a client or colleague, I look forward to continuing our long standing collaboration at CO3.”

“Matthieu is an extraordinary talent and we couldn’t be happier he has joined the CO3 roster,” says  Company 3 Founder and CEO Stefan Sonnenfeld “I look forward to seeing him bring his energy and skill to our esteemed roster in London.”.

Jon Creamer

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