Based at Company 3 New York. Available virtually through any Company 3 Virtual Outpost.
Tim Masick co-founded Company 3 New York with Billy Gabor and Stefan Sonnenfeld in 2002 and is known for pushing the boundaries of what is possible in color grading. In his early days, Masick graded many iconic videos during the golden age of hip-hop for such acts as Missy Elliott and Busta Rhymes. He has also brought his keen eye for technical prowess to a wide variety of commercials for top directors and cinematographers and an imposing list of major global brands, including luxury fashion and beauty campaigns and projects. Recent clients include LG, Nissan, Target, Google, and Geico, to name a few.
He has been a technical leader in his field, handling the enormous challenges involved in real-time live and on-location projects such as the first-ever YouTube Music Awards with Spike Jonze and Chris Milk, the Express-Times Square fashion show, the 2022 and 2023 Met Galas iconic photos and the installation “Adam Pendleton: Who Is Queen?” at New York’s Museum of Modern Art.
Recently, Masick was nominated for two HPA awards — Outstanding Color Grading – Live Action Theatrical Feature for Tár and Outstanding Color Grading – Commercial for Zara Man “SS23.” The latter was also nominated for the 2023 FilmLight Color Awards. He was also shortlisted by the AICP for Color Grading Under:60 for his work on “Le Jardin” for Dior. In prior years, he has won or been nominated for AICP, FilmLight, and HPA awards for color and has worked on multiple Emmy, Cannes Lion, and Clio Award-winning commercials and campaigns. Other recent longform work includes the filmed final performance of legendary composer Ryuichi Sakamoto | Opus, Hulu’s edgy mini-series Fleishman is in Trouble, Mila Kunis thriller Luckiest Girl Alive and director Paul Schrader’s critically acclaimed The Card Counter starring Oscar Isaac.
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