(Los Angeles, CA--May 30, 2018) DigitalFilm Tree
, an award-winning post production and software development company, is pleased to announce that Rick Dalby has come on board as a Senior Colorist. He has already began working on the hit show “Roseanne” as well as TBS’ “Wrecked.” Additionally, he is collaborating on “NCIS: LA and “Angie Tribeca.”
Dalby comes to DigitalFilm Tree from NBCUniversal with prior tenure at Modern VideoFilm and Laser Pacific. He has served as final colorist for such iconic shows as “Cheers,” “The Wonder Years,” “Friends,” “Everybody Loves Raymond,” “Parenthood” and “Friday Night Lights,” for which he was nominated for an HPA Award for Outstanding Color Grading – Television.
“We are thrilled that Rick has joined our team,” says Ramy Katrib, CEO/Founder of DFT. “He is one of the top colorists in the industry and continues to build amazing relationships with DPs and producers through his outstanding creative work.”
“I enjoy working at DFT because it’s a boutique facility and our team is very collaborative,” says Dalby of his move to DigitalFilm Tree. “I also like that we are a beta test site for Blackmagic Design’s DaVinci Resolve, so I actually get to test out new builds and give feedback."
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DigitalFilm Tree is an award-winning post production and software development company. Over 17 years ago, DFT was the first to pioneer file-based workflows on projects like Cold Mountain and Scrubs. Today DFT is the leading provider of cloud-based post services and software solutions in media and entertainment. DFT champions a multidisciplinary environment of world-class creative and technical talent, working hand in hand to provide clients like ABC, A&E, CBS, HBO, Fox, Netflix, Turner, and Warner Bros. an unparalleled user experience.