Level 3 Post's Randy Beveridge and O.T. Hight.
BURBANK - Fire/Inferno artist O.T. Hight and colorist Randy Beveridge have joined Level 3 Post, bringing with them experience in episodic television work. Hight and Beveridge will handle post for the ABC series "Grey's Anatomy," as well as on other episodics and long-form television projects. Both will also be involved in remastering work.
The duo were both formerly on staff at Westwind Media where they worked on "NYPD Blue," "The Practice," "Blind Justice," "Dragnet" and "Philly," among other shows. They also have experience in documentaries, MOWs, music videos, commercials and episodic remastering.
At Level 3, Hight will use Autodesk Flame and Smoke editing and effects software on an SGI Tezro workstation. Beveridge will perform color correction using a C-Reality telecine and da Vinci's 2K color corrector.
Hight received his training in video production while serving in the U.S. Army. He later joined Video Post & Transfer, Dallas. He spent two years on staff as a Quantel Domino artist at Digital Magic in Santa Monica, earning credits on more than two dozen feature films including "Armageddon," "Lethal Weapon 4," "Star Trek: Insurrection" and "Universal Soldier: The Return." He was on staff at Westwind for six years, where, in addition for his work on current series, he performed remastering work for the Stephen J. Cannell series "Hunter," "21 Jump Street," "The Commish" and "Silk Stockings."
A veteran of the Marine Corps, Beveridge began his career in post production with Encore Hollywood in 1996. He worked as an assistant editor and assistant colorist before being promoted to dailies colorist in '98. His credits there included "The Practice." In addition to his series work at Westwind, Beveridge performed final color work for long-form television projects including "Stealing Sinatra" for Showtime and the mini-series "Japan: Memoirs of a Secret Empire" for PBS.