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Colorist Laura Jans Fazio Joins NBCUniversal StudioPost

NBCUniversal StudioPost announced that digital colorist Laura Jans Fazio has joined the in-house creative talent roster at their Universal Studios Lot based facility.

With over 20 years of finishing experience, Jans Fazio was Co-Head of Episodic at Company 3 Los Angeles prior to coming to StudioPost.

With a deep credit list of popular television shows, she has helped design internal workflows for groundbreaking shows such as Netflix’s House of Cards, the first to be streamed in 4K, and Lemony Snicket: A Series of Unfortunate Events. Her color work shows her discriminating eye as she becomes immersed in each project.

An associate member of the American Society of Cinematographers (ASC), she loves to collaborate alongside cinematographers and creatives bringing their storytelling to life.  “My passion is using color to ignite emotion in an audience and help drive the story,” said Jans Fazio. 

“We are thrilled to welcome Laura to the StudioPost family,” said Casey Keltner, Vice President of Picture Operations for NBCUniversal StudioPost. “She is a powerful addition to our exceptional team of artists.”

Jans Fazio fell in love with color and light through her experiences in art classes from an early age. After studying fashion design at Parsons School of Design in NYC, she landed an internship at WNYC which led her discovery of postproduction.

Some of her other projects include Mr. Robot, David Makes Man, Just Beyond, The Flight Attendant, The Recruit, among others.  For Jans Fazio’s complete list of credits, please click HERE.

NBCUniversal StudioPost is a full service sound and picture post production facility serving internal and external television, features, trailers, and streaming productions.  For more information, please visit universalstudioslot.com/studiopost

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