RTS award-winner and BAFTA-nominee Adam Inglis will join Harbor’s UK creative talent line-up as senior colourist, starting early summer 2023. With a global reputation that has seen him collaborate with a host of acclaimed producers, directors, and cinematographers from the UK, US, and Europe, Adam notes high-end scripted features and TV dramas on his credits list, as well as iconic, award-winning wildlife documentaries such as Planet Earth II and Our Planet.
His work in 2020 on Apple TV’s Earth At Night In Colour won two RTS West awards, one RTS award, and was nominated for a BAFTA. Other highlights include Sherlock Holmes, Mr. Turner, and Wolf Hall. The wide variety of subject matters and working methods has greatly informed his understanding of how the grade can be utilised to serve the storyteller.
Adam has worked in digital intermediate since its inception. After completing a degree in film studies, he began his career as an edit assistant and in 2001 joined The Computer Film Company’s Digital Lab. Two years later he graded his first feature film Tomb Raider 2: The Cradle Of Life, one of the earliest features to be entirely digitally graded. In 2006 he became Senior Colourist at Deluxe where he graded Atonement and Hellboy II: The Golden Army.
Commenting on his new role with Harbor, Adam said, “It was the people that attracted me to work at Harbor. What Zak, James, and Thom are creating is very exciting. Combining the infrastructure and resources of a large company with the ethos of a personal boutique facility offers a valuable contribution to the industry and something that I would love to be a part of.”
Speaking on Adam’s addition to Harbor’s global talent roster, operations director Thom Berryman and commercial director James Corless said, “We are so privileged to welcome Adam on the team after such a long time collaborating with him as a freelancer. He brings an exceptional level of artistry and technical expertise to the grading process. Additionally, he’s a great collaborator, and we can’t wait to have his input in the growth of Harbor in London.”