Light Iron, a postproduction company specializing in content originated on file-based motion cameras, has hired executive producer Jean Lane to lead its New York facility. Lane’s move from Goldcrest Post comes as the company expands its SoHo operations.
CEO Michael Cioni said Lane’s experience was the right fit for the company. “I directly oversaw our Manhattan launch a year ago, but then looked for a New Yorker to take over the reins as we moved into year two. Jean brings strong managerial, technical, and client relations experience to the team.”
Lane has led teams at Goldcrest Post and Lost Planet Editorial, overseeing postproduction services for documentaries and commercials. Her career also includes experience in creative editorial, production management and casting.
Doubling square footage at the 580 Broadway location, Light Iron’s expansion creates additional edit suites for the company to package with its on-set dailies services and digital intermediate services. “We’ve customized these boutique suites to the New York film community’s tastes,” said Lane. “They’re high-end, spacious, and comfortable. Clients love the collaborative integration with picture finishing.”