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Among the world’s most sought-after colorists and a pioneering technologist in the field of image development, Greg Fisher joined Company 3 London in 2014. Recent work includes Yorgos Lanthimos-directed Poor Things, which has received multiple awards, including the Venice Film Festival’s coveted Golden Lion. He graded Jordan Peele’s visually innovative Nope, shot by celebrated cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema, and season two of the global hit series Russian Doll starring co-creator Natasha Lyonne. He handled the grade for director Sam Mendes’s epic 1917, for which Sir Roger Deakins received multiple cinematography awards, including the Oscar, ASC, and BAFTA. Notable feature work also includes the space-based drama Ad Astra (also shot by van Hoytema), the 2018 Oscar-winning Bohemian Rhapsody (Newton Thomas Sigel), and James Bond feature Spectre (van Hoytema). He colored and developed custom image processing technology for Martin Scorsese’s Hugo, for which Robert Richardson, ASC took home a Best Cinematography Oscar in 2012.
Fisher began his career at Technicolor London and then relocated to Scandinavia where he brought his talents to the Digital Film Lab, Denmark, and Digital Film, Finland, where he graded hundreds of commercials for major European and international brands. Fisher also colored the hit Danish television series Borgen, which has since become an international phenomenon.