post-production and digital intermediate (DI) service facility, announced
today the re-hire of colorist Bryan McMahan. McMahan has had more than 24
years of experience in film color grading and telecine and returns to Post
Logic Studios after a year and a half at Technicolor.
Larry Birstock, CEO, Post Logic Studios. "He's an incredible talent and a
wonderful person who brings with him not only a wealth of film color
expertise, but also a devoted client base who repeatedly come to him with
their film projects."
Prior to working with Technicolor, McMahan spent four and a half years at
Post Logic Studios. His return to Post Logic reunites McMahan with
executive team Larry Birstock, CEO, and Merle Sharp, CTO, both of whom he
has known for over 20 years.
"It's great to be back at a facility that puts quality and customer service
above everything else. These values are core to Post Logic's mission,"
commented McMahan. "I look forward to working with so many familiar faces
again and to diving into the A-list studio and independent DI and mastering
titles that come into Post Logic."
McMahan has had a long and celebrated career in DI, film mastering and
telecine, and has worked repeatedly with some of the most recognized names
in filmmaking, including directors William Friedkin, Sam Mendes and Ridley
Scott, and directors of photography Caleb Deschanel, John Toll and
the late Conrad Hall. His recent projects include DIs for A Plumm Summer
and Walking Tall, feature mastering for The Prestige, The Devil Wears
Prada, Bug and The New World among others; and re-mastering of Paramount
library titles including Island In the Sky, The High and The Mighty, Sunset
Blvd and many more.
As a veteran with over two decades in film post production, McMahan has
worked with every major film studio and many of the industry's top
directors and directors of photography. Prior to his initial tenure with
Post Logic Studios, McMahon was at VDI, and before that spent over 10
years at Sunset Post. Before that he was with Image Transform for five
years and started out at United Color Lab where he also spent five years.
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