Coffee & TV has signed senior colourist Lewis Crossfield to its grading team.

He will join Simona Cristea, George Neave and Tash Hicks.

Crossfield was most recently Head of Colour Grading at Time Based Arts. He has collaborated with the likes of Seb Edwards for Penny ‘The Rift’ and ‘Creativity: It’s What Makes Us’ for the V&A, directed by Georgia Hudson, both of which have been shortlisted for Best Colourist at this year’s British Arrows Craft Awards.

Leonie Moreton, Managing Director said: “Lewis’ work speaks for itself and we’re so thrilled to have him on board. His style will complement the existing team’s variety of looks. And wow, what a genuinely lovely human being! We’re very excited for the future.”

Lewis Crossfield, said: “I’m really happy to have this amazing opportunity to join Coffee & TV, I love its vision and ambition for the future. I’m really looking forward to being a part of the team and getting stuck in.”

The signing of Crossfield follows the recent promotion of George Neave, to Senior colourist and assistant Tash Hicks, to Colourist. The team will be based at Coffee & TV’s new Clerkenwell studio, which includes four grading suites and a large Dolby Atmos grading theatre, as well as a remote working setup.

Jon Creamer

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