Nice Shoes looks to grow film business with new hires
May 24, 2021

Nice Shoes looks to grow film business with new hires

NEW YORK CITY — Nice Shoes ( has hired senior DI colorist Marcy Robinson and senior DI producer Megan Rumph. The appointments are part of the studio’s long-term strategy to provide clients with a deeper set of creative services in narrative and documentary film.

Photo (L-R): Robinson and Rumph

Robinson's list of credits includes work on Noah Baumbach’s Marriage Story and DePalma, Ang Lee’s Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk and Gemini Man. She also contributed to the break-out documentary The Truffle Hunters, and Mary Harron's horror series, The Expecting. 

Rumph’s feature credits include the Safdie brothers’ Uncut Gems, Trey Edward Shults’ Waves, and Sofia Coppola’s On the Rocks.
“We’re definitely growing the film side of our business,” explains executive producer of digital intermediate and dailies, Katie Hinsen. “I’ve been hiring from around town and I’ve been able to bring some truly top-tier talent to the studio, not just in my department, but also in engineering and color science as well.”
Robinson has worked at Goldcrest and Box Services, and credits her passion for film and its history to her earlier career as a still photographer and analogue photographic printer. Rumph is a well-established DI producer in New York. She began her career at Light Iron, and comes to Nice Shoes from The Mill’s New York office.