LOS ANGELES, CA: DigitalFilm Tree, an award-winning post production and software development company, is pleased to announce that Dan Judy has come on board as a Senior Colorist. He has already begun working on the hit show “Roseanne” as well as the CW’s “The 100” and Fox’s “Last Man on Earth.”
Prior to DigitalFilm Tree he had a tenure of almost 20 years at Modern VideoFilm working on such popular shows as “Walker Texas Ranger,” “Smallville” and “The Walking Dead.” He began his career at Century 3 in Orlando, FL and worked on “Swamp Thing,” “Super Force” and “The Adventures of Superboy.”
“We are thrilled Dan has joined our team,” says Ramy Katrib, CEO/Founder of DFT. “He is one of the top colorists in the industry and continues to build relationships with the industries most accomplished DPs and producers.”
“I came to DFT because their vision for the future is in line with mine,” says Judy about DigitalFilm Tree. “I like being here because Ramy isn’t afraid to explore different ways of advancing our product through the shared vision of DFT’s technologists, software developers and artists. Now I get a chance to work on amazing shows and be part of groundbreaking innovation in our industry."
His tool of choice is the daVinci Resolve for all his shows. “I’m very familiar with that box because I’ve been working directly with the designers for close to three decades,” he expresses.
DigitalFilm Tree is an award-winning post production and software development company. Over 17 years ago, DFT was the first to pioneer file-based workflows on projects like Cold Mountain and Scrubs. Today DFT is the leading provider of cloud-based post services and software solutions in media and entertainment. DFT champions a multidisciplinary environment of world-class creative and technical talent, working hand in hand to provide clients like ABC, A&E, CBS, HBO, Fox, Netflix, Turner, and Warner Bros. an unparalleled user experience.
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