London-based post-production facility Bumblebee, part of Zinc Media Group, has confirmed the appointment of Colourist and On-line Editor Laura Hewett.
Hewett’s credits as a freelance on-line editor include Phantom of the Open (Feature Film); The Cabins (ITV); Bargain Loving Brits in the Sun (C5) and Peter Crouch: Save Our Summer (BBC). As a Colourist, her credits include 999: Critical Condition (C5); Secrets of the Bay City Rollers (ITV); Little Richard: King & Queen of Rock’n’Roll (BBC) and Gordon Ramsay’s Future Food Stars (BBC).
Launched last year, Bumblebee is a “work-anywhere post solution, which offers dedicated upload hubs at its nationwide facilities, flexible remote and physical edits and powerful producer collaboration tools.”
Olly Strous, Chief Technology Officer, Zinc Media Group, says: “Since launching, just under a year ago, we have seen the demand for our services grow. We currently have in excess of 50 edits in operation and clients are returning after their first projects which feels like an immediate success so soon after launch.
“Laura’s joining the team is a welcome addition, not only to help us meet demand, but also her first-class experience will enable us to continue to provide outstanding post-production services for all current and future clients.”
Laura Hewett, adds: “Bumblebee works with some of the biggest names in the industry as well on Zinc’s high-profile programming. It has become a significant player in the post-production community and I am delighted to be joining as it continues to establish itself as one of the country’s go-to facilities.”
Bumblebee has completed full post on projects including Scandalous: Phone Hacking on Trial (BBC Current Affairs); Rebekah Vardy: Jehovah’s Witnesses & Me (Hardcash Productions) and Michael Moseley: Who Made Britain Fat? (Avalon Television).
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