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Industry Veteran Claudio Sepulveda Joins Picture Shop’s Vancouver Team as Senior Colorist


Claudio Sepulveda
Claudio Sepulveda image via Ignite Strategic Communications

Streamland Media’s picture division, Picture Shop, has announced that Claudio Sepulveda is joining its Vancouver roster of artists. Sepulveda joins the post-production house as a senior colorist, bringing 30 years of finishing experience on features and episodic television.

“Claudio’s creativity and expertise will be a fantastic addition to our talented team,” said James Cowan, managing director of Picture Shop’s Vancouver facility. “The creative community here is thriving, and Picture Shop is at the heart of it, providing filmmakers with industry-leading picture finishing services. Claudio’s wealth of experience will be a tremendous asset to our storytelling partners around the world.”

Sepulveda has spent 20 years as a senior colorist in the industry with engagements at Technicolor, Deluxe, and most recently, Company 3. His wide-ranging credits include features such as Beyond the Black Rainbow, Every Breath You Take, and Child’s Play, popular television shows such as Virgin River, Firefly Lane, Van Helsing, and The Order, and TV movies such as Disney’s Z-O-M-B-I-E-S 2 & 3, Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance, and The Girl in the Bathtub.

“I’m very excited to be joining a rapidly growing and evolving facility that understands the clients’ needs always come first,” added Sepulveda. “I am looking forward to collaborating with this amazing team on fresh ideas and a creative vision for the future.”

Picture Shop’s global locations include Los Angeles, New York, and Atlanta in the U.S.; Toronto and Vancouver in Canada; and London, Manchester, Bristol, and Wales in the U.K. Picture Shop also has dailies outposts in U.S. production hubs, including Austin, Atlanta, New Orleans, and Albuquerque.

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