Jean-Clément Soret has been named supervising DI colorist at Technicolor London, adding to his responsibilities as global creative director of color grading at MPC.
Soret is perhaps best known for his work in advertising, but his feature-film credits include Steve Jobs, You Were Never Really Here and In the Heart of the Sea. (He may have been the first DI colorist ever credited in a film’s opening titles when Hard Candy was released in 2006; read our vintage interview for details.)
“When Jean-Clément joined MPC over 15 years ago, we had never seen such beautifully crafted work,” said MPC CEO Mark Benson in a prepared statement. “For MPC, Jean-Clément proved to be a catalyst for a much-needed creative revolution. Jean-Clément’s influence today remains as significant and influential as it was then; maybe even more so.”