We are highly regarded in the features and drama worlds, as well as for commercials, music promos, channel promos and documentaries, and have also worked on some of the biggest music concerts, groundbreaking art installations and cinema trailers of the last ten years.
We understand the true value of grading, its partnership with finishing, the connection with the audience – the transformation that beautiful colour grading can give – and we do it for clients all over the world…
Recognised as one of the leading grading and finishing systems in the world, the Rio systems form the backbone of our longform and trailer work. The Rio system is unique in that we conform, grade, finish and export from this network of machines straight to the broadcasters, utilising the Transkoder machines when needed.
Ubiquitously known throughout the world, the Resolve software enables our remote grading service. The most intuitive grading system on the market, it has worked on countless commercials, both locally and for our clients remotely. It is fast, has excellent tools, especially for face and object tracking, and is the only tool that allows remote grading. For more information.
Thomas started his career as an online editor and colourist at MPC in 2003, and founded The Look in 2007. He is highly regarded across all genres and is recognised as one of the world’s leading colourists. His close relationship with Netflix and Amazon has meant The Look has spearheaded some of the biggest series going through the UK. Thomas’ career has included films such as ‘Troy’, ‘Shaun of the dead’ and ‘Corpse Bride’, to TV series ‘Top Boy’, ‘Fleabag’, ‘Sex Education’, ‘Landscapers’ and many more. You can view his showreel here
Grace has been training with Thomas since 2016, grading HDR drama series as well as handling the Dolby Vision trims from HDR to SDR. She has now built her own loyal client base and developed her own style. You can view her showreel here
Ollie has been working with Thomas and Grace since 2017. Ollie has been pre-grading and balancing drama series as well as handling the Dolby Vision first pass trim conversions.