Colorists Bios




Senior Colorist

John Crowley has been part of the Technicolor PostWorks team since 2004 and in recent years has focused much of his attention on episodic television where his credits include Nurse Jackie, The Americans, Quantico and The Get Down. In 2015, Crowley received an HPA Award for his work on the final season of HBO's Boardwalk Empire.
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Senior Colorist

Jack Lewars, whose credits span features, television, documentaries and other projects, joined Technicolor PostWorks in 2013. Lewars has worked with many top directors and cinematographers including Eugene Jarecki, Kenneth Lonergan and Martin Scorsese. His recent credits include Noah Baumbach's The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected), the Safdie Brothers' Good Time and the Academy Award-winning Manchster by the Sea.
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Senior Colorist

Anthony Raffaele joined Technicolor PostWorks in 2014 bringing broad credits in independent film and episodic television, and work with a number of top cinematographers. His recent feature credits include Woody Allen's Cafe Society and Wonder Wheel, both lensed by the great Vittorio Storaro.
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Colorist

Allie Ames joined the Technicolor PostWorks team in 2012 and has provided final color grading, editorial finishing and VFX on a wide variety of features, documentaries, television series and commercials. Her recent credits include Zoe Lister-Jones’ Band Aid, Laura Poitras’ Risk, and Netflix documentary films Get Me Roger Stone and Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold.
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Colorist

A member of the Technicolor PostWorks staff since 2006, Jake Caffera works the night shift and devotes his time to coloring dailies for commercial productions.
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Colorist

Keith Jenson joined Technicolor PostWorks in 2007 and has subsequently lent his talents as a colorist, conform editor, and VFX artist to commercials, television shows, and feature films. His recent color grading credits include Bill Morrison's Dawson City: Frozen Time, CNN's The End: Inside the Last Days of the Obama White House, and Showtime documentary Burn Motherfucker, Bun!
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Dailies Colorist

Chris Gennarelli has been a colorist for more than 20 years and has been practicing his craft at Technicolor PostWorks since 2004. He currently specializes in coloring dailies for features and television. He enjoys the opportunity his work affords him to help some of the world’s most talented cinematographers bring their vision to the screen.
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Dailies Colorist

Josh Olive is one of the longest tenured colorists on the Technicolor PostWorks staff, having joined the facility in 2003. He specializes in coloring dailies and for the past several years has devoted much of his time to acclaimed television series such as Master of None, Younger, and Boardwalk Empire.
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