Nice Shoes and Foundation Editorial announced that they are partnering to bring a NYC-based roster of colorists to Austin-area clients via Nice Shoes’ proprietary Remote Viewing technology.
Established by Jason Uson in 2012, Foundation Editorial is a full service boutique. The studio has crafted content for Nike, Walgreens, Zales and LPGA. Nice Shoes and Foundation Editorial first connected on a project for non-profit A Better Chance, which Uson directed and edited, that was graded by Nice Shoes colorist Lenny Mastrandrea. After this collaboration, they decided to partner on a more permanent basis by installing Nice Shoes’ remote setup.
“It’s fantastic to be entering the Austin market with Foundation,” added Nice Shoes CEO/president Dominic Pandolfino. “I really respect what Jason has built. The studio is in the heart of such a creative city, and he’s put together a wonderful space with first-class service.”
Nice Shoes Remote Viewing allows clients to collaborate with artists in New York in real-time, with no delay between New York and Austin. The studio’s engineers install a secure HD feed and a display calibrated to match exactly with the monitors in New York.