BROOKLYN, NY — Blue Table Post (www.bluetablepost.com), which supports the commercial, documentary and feature film communities, has expanded its talent roster with recent signings of several editors and colorists. New members of the creative collective include editors Crandall Miller, Katie Pehowski and Dean Gonzalez, along with colorists Liz Fornango and CJ Dobson. The studio also welcomes Sharon Lew as its new sales representative.
Photo (L-R): Dobson, Gonzalez, Pehowski, Fornango and Miller
Editor Crandall Miller has collaborated with a range of top agencies for nearly two decades, and has cut music videos for the likes of Beck, Fall Out Boy and Feist. The music video spoof Tea Partay for Smirnoff became a viral sensation, winning awards at AICP, Cannes and D&AD.
Katie Pehowski has worked as an editor for Grey, BBDO, McCann, GSD+M and FCB. She received a One Show award for her work with Saatchi Wellness on the Crossroads Community Service campaign to combat hunger and homelessness in New York City. Known for visually striking and docu-style commercial work, she is also well-versed in editing for social and non-standard formats.
Born and raised in Chicago, Dean Gonzalez established himself as a versatile editor, working on music videos for artists such as Aerosmith, Red Hot Chili Peppers, NAS, LL Cool J, Kid Rock and Nicki Minaj. His commercial clients include Reebok, Nike, Bose, J. Crew, Michelob Ultra, McDonald’s and Kohl’s. Gonzalez edited the Green Day documentary Heart Like A Hand Grenade and The Tale of Four, actress Gabourey Sidibe's directorial debut.
Colorist CJ Dobson, CSI, has been working for over 11 years on award winning commercials, narrative features and documentaries. She has worked at some of the industry’s leading post production facilities and joined Blue Table’s roster for remote work from Melbourne. Some of her most notable work is Tanna (2017 Academy Award nominee for Best International Feature Film), Escape from Pretoria, and Relic (2020 Official selection Sundance and SXSW).
Liz Fornango has been in the post business for a decade as both an editor and a colorist. Her work includes award-winning independent features and shorts, commercial work for GRRRL Clothing and Total Wine, music videos, and social campaigns. She is available for remote work from Los Angeles.
And Sharon Lew’s independent repping company, Lew & Co, has represented and consulted many iconic commercial, music video and post production companies. She has also represented top tier feature directors, including Quentin Tarantino, John Woo, Robert Rodriguez, Christopher Guest, Mark Pellington and Jesse Peretz.