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  1. #1 Milan Boncich and Jim Geduldick join Offhollywood 
    Extremely pleased to announce the addition of two rockstars on the Offhollywood team full-time as we get closer to opening our new post facility next month:

    Milan Bonchich - Colorist

    A favorite of advertising agencies and editorial houses, Boncich has worked with some of the most prominent directors and DPs in the worlds of advertising, film and visual effects for the past 26 years. He was the longtime senior colorist at Tape House Editorial until 2002 when he joined Moving Images.

    Directors with whom he has collaborated are Spike Lee, Tarsem, Joe Pytka, Marcus Nispel, Bob Giraldi, Santiago Suarez, Pam Thomas, Matthew Rolston, Ken Nahoum and Anita Madeira. Milan had at least one spot per year in the AICP award show and in MOMA's permanent collection from 1995-2005.

    Milan will be grading on Scratch and joins our colorist Robbie Renfrow, formerly Technicolor NY. He will be grading feature films in addition to short form.


    Jim Geduldick - Sr. DI Artist


    Jim is a passionate pixel manipulator who has worked for companies such as Tronic Studios, Apple, Mercedes Benz & Sony in addition to being a leading beta-tester and demo artist for The Foundry, Adobe, Red Giant Software, Gridiron and a few companies we can't mention.

    Jim is well respected in the community - his blog www.FinalCutUser.com was recently featured on G4tv.com and he is also the co-leader of AENY (After Effects NY) the largest user group (over 3000) for motion graphics, vfx, animation and post production.

    Under the title of Sr. DI Artist Jim will be rocking the Clipster 3, Nuke, Monet, After Effects and other apps - handling a wide variety of work including texture work (de-noise, grain simulation, etc.), VFX work found in most DI's such as wire & rig removal, monitor replacements and re-timing in addition to stereoscopic sweetening and working with us on alpha & beta testing and R&D.

    Jim is also a crazy skateboarder / snowboarder (snapshot below is Jim) - and assures me we'll have plenty of fun on our test shoots.
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    Congratulations on hiring two excellent artists.
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    Welcome to the team guys!
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    Way to go Mark. Great talent.
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    Wow! Great Mark!

    Please, correct my written english.
    I'm still learning, and I need your help.
    Thanks in advance.
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    Congratulations, Mark. Well done. OffHollywood is rockin'!
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    Congrats to all parties :) Sure ya'll have a ball..

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    Congrats Mark!
    "There is no point in having sharp images when you've fuzzy ideas."
    Jean-Luc Godard.

    Dynamic range is, after all, the measurement between well saturation (photosite blowout) and noise floor.
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