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Colorist Jeremy Sawyer Joins Company 3’s Expanding TV Department

Company 3 recently announced the addition of Jeremy Sawyer (Hulu’s The FirstI’m Dying up Here for Showtime) to its roster of world-class colorists, signaling the company’s rapidly expanding slate of TV projects. Company 3 has more than 20 television series currently in the facility, including such major shows as Lost in Space (Netflix), Insecure, (HBO) and Jack Ryan (Amazon).

Sawyer, who has distinguished himself on a significant number of major series, including The Walking Dead (AMC) and The Affair (Showtime), brings a refined sensibility and deeply-entrenched understanding of the TV post workflow to the company’s rapidly-growing TV department.

The move is something of a homecoming for Sawyer. As an assistant and then colorist at Company 3, he learned a great deal of his craft from CEO/Founder Stefan Sonnenfeld. He returns to the company following a successful tenure at Light Iron and before that, MTI. Prior to his initial stint at Company 3, Sawyer worked at the now defunct Syndicate. He started his career in post-production at Finish Post in his native Boston. “We’re very excited to welcome Jeremy back,” Sonnenfeld says. “He is an excellent artist and he has a keen understanding of the unique challenges involved in coloring episodic programming. He’s a perfect addition to our team, especially as demand for top-notch TV post continues to explode.”

“I’m very excited to be back at Company 3,” Sawyer declares. “I’m grateful for the opportunities I’ve had since I left, but there’s really nothing like being part of Company 3’s incredible talent roster and having the company’s amazing technical powerhouse behind me!”

Sawyer will continue his work on the third season of Netflix series, Easy, for which he’s colored every episode to date.

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