Kent Pritchett - is a colorist of over 25 years.  From Atlanta, his skill set took him to LA and then to Australia and New Zealand, before settling in the Bay Area. His time with Lucas Film - ILM, Disney Feature Animation, DreamWorks Animation and Autodesk Media and Entertainment, has given Kent a broad and impressive resume of film credits and expertise. Add to this a decade working in Hollywood and you have a reputable, talented colorist, and trusted resource for color consulting.  Dolby Vision Certified, and now the senior colorist for MasterClass,  Kent brings hands-on expertise, a creative eye, and a behind-the-scenes knowledge of the film and post production industry.   

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Dave Franks - is a Los Angeles trained colorist and VR Stereoscopic Imaging Supervisor who has worked consistently with Go-Go for the last 7 years.  Dave has most recently been working with Madison Square Garden and with Marvel Studios on-set and in post, grading projects including: Avengers: Infinity War, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, and Dr. Strange. In addition to his creative eye for color and imaging, Dave has considerable experience in Visual Effects and Imaging Science, having worked in post-production on films such as: Superman Returns, The Aviator, and the Harry Potter series. Dave is a former Stereographer with the Sony Pictures 3D Technology Center in Culver City, CA, educating industry veterans on advanced techniques in stereoscopic storytelling. He holds a degree in Optical Engineering from the Institute of Optics at the University of Rochester, and is an active member of the International Advanced Imaging and Visual Effects Societies.

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Mike Andriola - is a motion designer, specializing in VFX. He founded Graffects Digital Design and has worked on many fun projects from the launch of Adult Swim to the Olympic Games and even a Super Bowl ad. Early in his career he worked at ABC and Fox, cutting his teeth and winning several regional Emmy Awards for promotions of The Simpsons and Married With Children. His later career included work for Cartoon Network, TNT, TBS, TNT, TCM, and the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games. When the opportunity to work with a broader spectrum of creatives from all avenues presented itself, he broadened his playing field to the corporate and online worlds, having had the pleasure to work with some like-minded creatives on projects for Logitech, Western Digital, Kaiser Permanente, Neato Robotics, Nickelodeon, Hipmunk, The Weather Channel, Verifone and Georgia Pacific among others. Strange fact about Mike: Most people think he's 6'2", but he's really only 5'8”.

Mike Burton - is a colorist and post-production specialist working in film and television for over 15 years. He completed his BA at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco CA. As a colorist, Mike has worked on commercial, feature film, documentary and corporate projects with clients like, Apple, Inc, Hewlett Packard, Lenovo, Clif Bar, McDonalds, Jeep, Microsoft, Adobe, Nike, and many more.  Since 2010, Mike has worked on standout projects like Dead Man Down, Quitters, Chasing Mavericks, Into the Storm along with a number of independent feature productions. Mike’s drive to create stunning imagery for the screen keeps him passionate and humble.

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