LONDON — Untold Studios (https://untoldstudios.tv) has announced the talent behind its growing Colour roster. Spearheaded by colorists Julien Alary and Aubrey Woodiwiss, the team also includes rising star Didrik Bräthen.
Untold Studios represents Alary and Bräthen exclusively in the UK, and Woodiwiss worldwide. Alary and Bräthen are based in Oslo, Norway, while Woodiwiss works between the London studio and the newly-launched studio in Los Angeles. Each colorist is able to connect to Untold Studios’ cloud-based pipeline, allowing them to remote grade from anywhere in the world.
Alary has been working with Untold for the last year and a half on major commercials, such as PlayStation’s Play Has No Limits, AFK Arena’s campaign with Elijah Wood, and Expedia’s Lemons. With an eye for crafting beautiful imagery, Alary has worked on over 60 feature films, including the critically acclaimed The Worst Person in the World for Joachim Trier.
Woodiwiss recently joined the creative studio and hit the ground running with a cinematic grade for Amazon’s Woman’s World with Lisa Gunning. Woodiwiss’ diverse portfolio includes music videos for the likes of Beyonce, Jay-Z, Rihanna, Calvin Harris, Frank Ocean and Taylor Swift, as well as high-profile commercials for brands such as Calvin Klein, Honda, Nike, Coors and Gap.
Bräthen has been working closely with Alary in Oslo, and has already built a name for himself, working on high-profile commercials for Norwegian brands as well as international brands, such as Porsche, Spotify and Adidas. He’s also graded hit TV shows, promos and short films.
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“It’s very exciting to be able to broaden our creative community with these world-class colorists,” says Neil Davies, Untold Studios co-founder and CCO. “Julien, Aubrey and Didrik are all incredibly talented, and talent always attracts interesting and diverse creative work. I’m really proud that we can bring Julien and Didrik to the UK market, and it’s great to be working with Aubrey on an international scale. I’m looking forward to the creative opportunities to come.”