(Hollywood, CA--October 29, 2018) Light Iron
– a leading post production creative services provider and member of the Panavision family of companies – has added Senior Colorist Nicholas Hasson to its roster. Hasson will be based in the company’s Los Angeles facility.
Light Iron Senior Colorist Nicholas Hasson
“Nicholas has a wealth of experience that makes him a great fit with our team,” says Peter Cioni, the company’s General Manager. “His background in color, online, and VFX ensures success in meeting clients’ creative objectives and enables flexibility in working across both episodic and feature projects.”
Hasson colored the upcoming Tiffany Haddish feature Nobody’s Fool
and Season 2 of HBO’s Room 104.
Additional past credits include Boo 2: A Madea Halloween
, All About Nina,
and commercial campaigns for Apple, Samsung and Google. Hasson worked most recently at Technicolor, but his long career has included time at ILM, Company 3, and Modern VideoFilm.
Hasson notes that moving to Light Iron was an exciting opportunity: “I had been following the work of Light Iron’s colorists, as well as admiring the company’s progressive approach toward technology, for a long time. It’s a pleasure to work alongside such a talented group of artists and producers.” Like the company’s other LA-based colorists, led by Ian Vertovec, Hasson is able to support cinematographers working in other regions through virtual DI sessions in Panavision’s network of connected facilities.
Hasson joins the company during a time of high-profile streaming releases, such as Netflix’s Maniac
and Facebook’s Sorry For Your Loss
, as well as feature releases garnering awards buzz, such as Can You Ever Forgive Me?
and What They Had
Cioni adds: “This is a significant time of growth for Panavision’s post-production creative services. We are thril ed to have Nicholas with us as we enter this next chapter of expansion.”
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About Light Iron
Light Iron, a Panavision company, specializes in dailies, digital intermediate, archival, and data services for projects originated on file-based motion cameras. With facilities in six cities across the U.S., Light Iron serves projects at both the independent and studio level. Recent credits include features such as Life Itself, The Kissing Booth
and the upcoming Destroyer
, commercial campaigns for Salesforce and Sam Edelman, and the television series The Marvelous
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