Anthony Raffaele joined Technicolor PostWorks in 2014 bringing broad credits in independent film and episodic television, and work with a number of top cinematographers. He began his career with Nice Shoes in 2001 and joined Deluxe in 2009. He earned his first credit as a DI colorist on the 2011 horror thriller Silent House, where he collaborated with cinematographer Igor Martinovic. His recent feature credits include Woody Allen’s Cafe Society and Wonder Wheel, both lensed by the great Vittorio Storaro.
Raffaele has graded four seasons of the CBS drama Blue Bloods¸ collaborating with well-known television DPs Craig DiBona, David Insley and Alex Nepomniaschy. His other television credits include TVLand hit Younger and Hulu’s Difficult People, and The Corrections, a pilot written and directed by Noah Baumbach and based on the Jonathan Franzen best-seller. His extensive credits as a dailies colorist include Blue Jasmine, The Dictator and Remember Me. He has a degree in film from Hofstra University.