Mark Osborne


 Mark Todd Osborne

Mark Todd Osborne is a 18-Year Senior Digital Colorist who works in all genres of media: VR, Features, Television Episodic, Commercials, Music Videos and Web.  Recent Features include Universal’s “Lowriders”, Radius-TWC’s “It Follows” and DreamWorks “Need for Speed”, plus commercial campaigns for Lexus, Coca-Cola, Audi, Target, Toyota & XBOX.  Mark’s meticulous eye and strong visual sense of taste and style, make him a stand out Color Artist.

As a freelance colorist, Mark has formed strong relationships with several Post Facilities in the Los Angeles area and abroad. He also works out of his own post finishing studio, MTO Color, that provides remote grading & post finishing services for all media genres.

He spent 11 years as a Senior Colorist at Company 3, Santa Monica, coloring High-End Spots and Music Videos, working with Top Level Directors and Cinematographers, before moving on to Digital Intermediates & Feature Film Mastering.  He became the Lead HD Dailies Colorist for noted filmmakers Gore Verbinski, Michael Bay and Jerry Bruckheimer Films, as well as performing Final Color for Features Films such as the Academy Award Nominated “Capote” and “Sunshine Cleaning”, to name a few.

After eleven years at CO3, Mark went on to become Supervising Colorist at CAMERON I PACE Group, coloring several 3D projects, including “Cirque du Soleil: World’s Away” for visionary co-founder Vince Pace and served as a Stereo Correction Specialist on Martin Scorsese’s Academy-Award Winning “Hugo”.  In 2012, Mark performed color for James Cameron’s 3D “Deep Sea Challenge” for the Cannes Film Festival & IBC, as well as coloring the Emmy Award Winning shows “Children’s Hospital” and “Dirty Work”.




As Senior Colorist and Head of Department Crash Carlucci has graded on four continents and frequently collaborates with some of the world’s top ad agencies and commercial directors.

His career includes tenures at Riot LA, FSM in Sydney, Rumblefish in Milano, Filmworkers Chicago and Fame Post Bangkok.  US Clients have included Joe Pytka for McDonalds, Erich Joiner for Capital One, Renny Maslow for Budweiser, and Antoine Fuqua for Toyota.

After film school Crash started his grading career in New York at Tape Hose and moved west to Hollywood Digital, Pacific Ocean Post and Riot before running color departments around the world.

“I’ve been fortunate to create looks for clients around the world.  This worldwide experience has provided me with a diverse palette to design unique looks for each client,” Carlucci says.

He recently finished a feature with Nick Cage and Don Johnson, a Doco for Fox Sports covering the Cubs World Series win. Promos for “NASCAR-Open” for NBC, “Jay Leno’s Garage”, “UnReal”, “The Mick,” and The PGA Golf Tour.  Other commercial work includes Jeep, Jaguar, Fiat with Ben Stiller for “Zoolander 2”, Amazon, Oculus Rift, AT&T and TMobile.

He’s graded 100’s of Music videos over the years including, Charlie XCX, Ingrid Michaelson, Empire of the Sun to Toby Keith and Trace Adkins.

Loren White


 Loren White

I’m a freelance colorist based in Los Angeles. My clients include agencies like TBWA, DDBO, Saatchi&Saatchi, The Woo, RPA and many more on commercial work for brands like Pepsi, Frito-Lay, Mattel, Visa, Toyota, Nissan, Mazda, Ford, Lexus, Honda, Neutrogena, Benefit Cosmetics etc including Toyota and Intuits 2012 and 2013 Superbowl campaigns.

I’ve spent years working internationally in markets like Shanghai, Mumbai, Istanbul & Toronto on feature films and commercials.

I split my time between working out of my own suite in Hollywood and working in house with agencies, production, editorial, vfx and other grading facilities.

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