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OLLIE KENCHINGTON

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OLLIE KENCHINGTON

Brand Ambassador OLLIE KENCHINGTON

Ollie runs award-winning corporate film production agency Korro Films, and acclaimed color-post house Just Grade It. Korro is frequently commissioned to produce exceptional brand films, commercials and documentaries for household names such as Apple, Canon and the RHS, while Just Grade It works with broadcasters and agencies to provide color-grading services. Whether he is shooting, editing or grading, Ollie is a scrupulous creative, with an eye for perfection. As well as winning a prestigious Brand Film Festival: London award for his brand documentary work, Ollie has also been featured in publications such as Pro Movie Maker and Definition Magazine, and made guest appearances on Film Riot, with Ryan Connolly and Indie Film Hustle, with Alex Ferrari.
Over the past thirteen years, Ollie has also built up a reputation as a highly qualified and respected digital imaging specialist and post-production trainer and has taught thousands of aspiring filmmakers through his film school, Korro Academy.

Why is color management important to your workflow?

It is at the heart of our commitment to producing engaging film content for our clients. Without color management, we wouldn’t be able to deliver to the level our clients demand, it’s as simple as that.

What would you say is your greatest achievement to this day?

Running three successful companies, without compromising on the needs of my family.

What is an interesting fact about yourself?

I was offered the role of color assistant on both ‘The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King’ and ‘Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban’, but turned them down!

What is a top tip for people who aspire to do what you do?

Never be the smartest person in the room.

Portfolio

Calibrite’s unrelenting focus on color management helps me create the best possible films for my clients. It’s a privilege, therefore, to continue working with the team behind the ColorChecker Video, as they begin the next chapter in their long history.

Ollie Kenchington

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