Post New York Alliance (PNYA) has announced that its next free “Post Break” webinar video conference, scheduled for this Thursday, September 17 at 4pm EDT, will focus on two of New York’s top colorists, Lucie Barbier-Dearnley, senior colorist at Sin New York, and Sean Dunckley of Light Iron Post. They will offer insights on the creative and technical aspects of working with Rec709 workflows
More Information on the Panelists
Lucie Barbier-Dearnley, originally from France, studied at the Université Sorbonne Nouvelle and L’Ecole des Nouveaux Métiers de la Communication in Paris, and at New York Institute of Technology. Her studies in fine arts and her passion for painting provided the perfect education for her move into color grading. She began her career in post-production at Company 3 New York, as a digital restoration specialist. After transferring to the company’s London facility, she advanced to color assistant, junior colorist, and ultimately colorist. Her recent credits include the feature film You Should Have Left, and the documentary series Hillary and High Score.
Sean Dunckley has collaborated with some of the industry’s top talent in the feature, commercial and episodic worlds. Since joining Light Iron in 2013, his credits have included the features The Night House, Villains, Late Night, Brittany Runs a Marathon and Life Itself. In the episodic world, Dunckley has collaborated on such celebrated series as Girls, Tales of the City and Dickinson. In his spare time, he enjoys hitting the links and has played a good percentage of the top 100 golf courses in America.
Freddy Hernandez joined Light Iron’s Los Angeles facility in 2016 as a DI producer and recently moved to Light Iron New York to serve as director of business development. With more than 10 years of experience, his credits include Transformers, The Lone Ranger, The Circle, A Star Is Born, 24 Hours to Live, Ingrid Goes West, Last Flag Flying and Hot Summer Nights. Hernandez represents Light Iron as a member of the Post New York Alliance and is a frequent public speaker on post-production topics.
You can register for the panel, A Conversation about Color Finishing: Demystifying the use of Rec709, at Post New York.