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Colorist Shane Reed joins The Mill LA.

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The Mill expands Color in Los Angeles by welcoming Shane Reed to its talent roster

Last Updated: November 16, 2012 7:07 pm GMT
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(Los Angeles, California--November 16, 2012) Shane’s impressive body of work provides an array of high profile commercials, music videos, and feature films:

Microsoft “Reinvented Around You”
Elizabeth Arden “Britney Spears Fantasy Twist”
Chevy Sonic “Night Swim”
CLIO Silver awarded, AT&T ‘You've Got a Case’
Grammy nominated Cee Lo Green ‘F**k You’
LeAnn Rimes ‘The Bottle Let Me Down’
Angels and Airwaves ‘Hallucinations’



With a career including Riot, Company 3, and a grading niche with several LA based Editorial houses, Shane says he’s “with the best now & loving my new home!”

He joins Mill LA Color headed up by Adam Scott (Emmy Award winning P&G “Best Job”) and Colorist Gregory Reese (Visa NFL Ray Lewis “Interview”).

Adam Scott, Head of Telecine, comments: "Shane is brilliant and brings a wonderful eye, adding a new and exciting creative view to our LA Color department".

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