Mark Gethin

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Director: Rupert Sanders
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Agency: Apple

MARK GETHIN

Colorist

Creative Partner Mark Gethin is one of World’s most Award-Winning Colorists. Having started his career in London working with iconic directors such as Jonathan Glazer and Tim Burton, he was then the creative force behind MPC LA’s renowned color team for the past two decades.

Mark is highly sought after for his timeless, naturalistic approach to grading, which has become a signature on so many of the high-profile projects he’s worked on.

Mark has worked closely with directors John Hillcoat, Rupert Sanders, Lance Acord and Adam Berg for over 15 years, spanning Film, TV and Advertising work. He also counts cinematographers Greig Fraser, Emmanuel ‘Chivo’ Lubezki, Robbie Ryan and Linus Sandgren as frequent collaborators.

Some of his standout longform work includes the films C’mon, C’mon, starring Joaquin Phoenix and 20th Century Women starring Annette Benning both directed by Mike Mills.

Mark’s Advertising work has won more awards than perhaps any other Colorist, including three coveted British Arrows for Best Colorist, a UK MVA for Best Color Grade, an HPA for Best Color in a Commercial, and two AICP awards for Best Colorist. He also has numerous Gold Cannes Lions and a Grand Prix for his work. Some of his highlights are Chevy “Tailgates” directed by Rupert Sanders, BMW “Legend” directed by Dante Ariola, and Google Nest Anthem, directed by Mark Malloy.

MARK GETHIN

Colorist

Creative Partner Mark Gethin is one of World’s most Award-Winning Colorists. Having started his career in London working with iconic directors such as Jonathan Glazer and Tim Burton, he was then the creative force behind MPC LA’s renowned color team for the past two decades.

Mark is highly sought after for his timeless, naturalistic approach to grading, which has become a signature on so many of the high-profile projects he’s worked on.

Mark has worked closely with directors John Hillcoat, Rupert Sanders, Lance Acord and Adam Berg for over 15 years, spanning Film, TV and Advertising work. He also counts cinematographers Greig Fraser, Emmanuel ‘Chivo’ Lubezki, Robbie Ryan and Linus Sandgren as frequent collaborators.

Some of his standout longform work includes the films C’mon, C’mon, starring Joaquin Phoenix and 20th Century Women starring Annette Benning both directed by Mike Mills.

Mark’s Advertising work has won more awards than perhaps any other Colorist, including three coveted British Arrows for Best Colorist, a UK MVA for Best Color Grade, an HPA for Best Color in a Commercial, and two AICP awards for Best Colorist. He also has numerous Gold Cannes Lions and a Grand Prix for his work. Some of his highlights are Chevy “Tailgates” directed by Rupert Sanders, BMW “Legend” directed by Dante Ariola, and Google Nest Anthem, directed by Mark Malloy.