• Monday, Jun. 17, 2019
People on the Move
Yoomin Lee joins MPC’s London studio as sr. colorist
Yoomin Lee
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Moving Picture Company (MPC) has bolstered its color team in London with the arrival of Yoomin Lee.

She cut her teeth working for some of Australia’s leading post houses including Frame, Set & Match, The Lab and Cutting Edge, before joining Jogger Studios London in 2016. As Jogger’s resident colorist, Lee worked on campaigns for Google, Valentino, FIFA and Samsung, among others. A notable collaboration with director Anton Corbijn has seen her grade projects for Depeche Mode and U2--including the visuals for the latter’s 2017 Joshua Tree Anniversary Tour, which played across the world’s largest concert screen. 

Lee comes aboard MPC London as sr. colorist. Welcoming her to the team are Jean-Clement Soret, global creative director of color grading, and Ellora Chowdhury, head of color production. The latter described lee as having “the perfect balance of creativity and technical knowledge on the art of color grading which is invaluable.”

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