Harbor adds to color-grading roster
January 18, 2022

Harbor adds to color-grading roster

NEW YORK CITY — Harbor (https://harborpicturecompany.com) has added talent to its picture-post roster with the recent addition of senior colorist Anthony Raffaele, dailies colorist Elizabeth Hickey and senior colorist Julien Alary.

Photo (top, L-R):Julien Alary and Anthony Raffaele

Anthony Raffaele brings both versatility and experience, along with established relationships with acclaimed filmmakers and cinematographers. Previous positions include tenures at Picture Shop (formerly Sim) and Nice Shoes, Technicolor PostWorks, New York, and Deluxe, New York. His credits include Café Society, Mapplethorpe, Oslo, Blue Bloods, Younger, Los Espookys, The Get Down and The Helpsters. Recent work includes The Jesus Rolls by director John Turturro and cinematographer Frederick Elmes, as well as Awkwafina Is Nora from Queens, Younger, The Virtuoso, Mr. Mayor, and Tommy.

Elizabeth Hickey is a rising color talent who honed her skills over the last five years in entertainment and advertising. Her major client work includes projects for HBO, The History Channel, AT&T, Peloton, National Geographic, Airbnb, Nike, Google and Facebook. Hickey began her color career by assisting the filmmaking team Taggart Siegel and Jon Betz on their film, Seed: The Untold Story. She then joined ChromaColor in Portland before relocating to Tokyo, where she joined the History Channel as a colorist. From there, she went on to Assemblage, a full-service production company in central Tokyo, working for brands such as Amazon, Speedo, Danskin, and Zeiss.

Harbor also recently announced that it is now representing senior colorist Julien Alary, who brings more than 20 years of experience, including 60-plus feature film credits and a host of major commercials. Most recently, he graded The Worst Person in the World for Joachim Trier, which played in main competition at the Cannes Film Festival 2021. Alary got his starts at Chimney Pot in Oslo, Norway, where he witnessed firsthand the industry’s transformation from telecine to DI grading. He went on to become a senior colorist at Shortcut. Educated in France, he has a master’s degree in Film Science.