Jogger Studios are happy to announce the arrival of colourist Henry Howard to the talented team at its London postproduction studio.
Henry cut his teeth in the world of colour grading at Envy Post. Since making the move to Jogger, he’s built an impressive portfolio of work for clients including Lyft, Spotify, Dior, Unicef, Dockers, Hugo Boss, Tesco, Asics, RMHC and Not On The High Street. Recently, Henry worked on comedian Sam Campbell’s “Get Real Dude” sketch show for Channel 4 and has graded music videos for artists such as Gil Landry and Artificial Pleasures. His reel is here.
“Henry is a brilliant young talent,” says Jogger MD Toby Abbott. “His passion and enthusiasm have made him a huge asset to the Jogger team. He’s proving to be extremely popular with both commercial and music video clients, fast building a reputation for his eye for detail and his calm, confident, concise manner. At Cut+Run, we have a long history of nurturing some of the best new editorial talent - what better way to compliment this offering, than with a talented young colourist at Jogger Studios armed with Baselight?”
Henry joins a transatlantic postproduction offering at Jogger, with offices in New York, LA and San Francisco, as well as the company’s London studio, working on everything from TV commercials and music videos to long-form projects, concert films and live visuals.
Jogger is located above the Wardour Street offices of its sister company, award-winning edit house Cut+Run, also run by partner and MD, Toby Abbott.