Halo’s Ross Baker is joining Molinare as a senior colourist.

Baker has worked on high end dramas, comedies, documentaries and factual  including  Merman’s Motherland S.1 & 2, Nutopia’s  The World According to Jeff Goldblum, David Attenborough’s Great Barrier Reef, ITV’s Flesh and Blood and BBC1/Starz The Missing. He has been nominated for 5 RTS Programme Awards and made the Televisual Top 20 colourist list every year since 2006.  

Ross was previously Head of Grading and Senior Colourist at Halo, where he has been at the forefront of developing and training fellow team members.

Ross Baker comments: “I’m very excited to join the team at Molinare, walking in the front door you can see a buzz of excitement and change that is happening and I wanted to be a part of that.

“I have always seen Molis as a place that works on high quality productions to a high standard. They are a very creative and passionate group of people and the company is currently pushing forward into new areas of media which is very exciting to me. I have had the opportunity to work on a wide range of genres and feel that Molis would not only allow me to continue with this work but offer exciting, new opportunities.

“Talking with the team there is a real passion to educate and develop a solid platform for people to learn and find their place in post-production. Those that know me, know I enjoy helping people develop their skills and not only teach them but learn and grow with them too. I have always seen this job as a privilege and being part of a company that wants to enable me to take that forward is inspiring.”

Molinare’s MD Nigel Bennett comments: “I’m delighted to be welcoming Ross to Molinare. His arrival comes at an exciting time of change for the company. Ross has a rich wealth of experience across dramas, comedies, documentaries and factual and I’m looking forward to him bringing his knowledge, passion and experience to the Molinare grading team. I am confident Ross will quickly become an integral part of our team and ensure Molinare is able to continue to deliver at the highest level across all genres”

 

Jon Creamer