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Harbor appoints Thom Berryman as managing director, feature & episodic, UK

May 8, 2024

Harbor has appointed Thom Berryman as UK managing director for feature and episodic, announced CEO Zak Tucker.

In this new role, Berryman will oversee all feature and episodic operations in the UK, including business development, staffing management and financial performance. His focus will be on ensuring Harbor’s premium artistic and production execution whilst delivering business success. He will engage directly with clients, talent, and creatives to drive premium production and expand the global network of partners.

Upon joining Harbor in 2019, Berryman played a key role in the establishment of the company’s UK post-production studios that now includes dailies, offline editorial, online editing, colour grading, sound editorial, mixing, and ADR, spanning two locations in London and Windsor. Furthermore, he has led development and implementation of Harbor’s proprietary set to screen media review system, Anchor™, while continuously enhancing the technology platform to provide a holistic post-production workflow tool driven by AI.

During his time at Harbor, he has overseen post-production and delivery of notable credits including HBO’s True Detective: Night Country, Netflix’s Heart Of Stone, LucasFilm’s The Acolyte, FX + BBC’s Great Expectations, and the 2023 Palm d’Or nominated film, Firebrand.

 Prior to Harbor, Berryman held a tenure at Pinewood Studios. While at Pinewood, Berryman oversaw the implementation of automated VFX pulls, DI and deliverables. Most notably, he built the largest dailies offering in the UK based out of Pinewood and Shepperton Studios. Moreover, Berryman was instrumental in setting up Pinewood’s worldwide on-location dailies setups including USA, Korea, Japan, South Africa, and New Zealand. 

In response to his recent appointment, Berryman expressed, “I’m delighted to embrace this extended role, supported by our talented team spread across the globe. Looking to build upon our exceptional artistic output, Harbor is well positioned as the premier destination for feature and episodic post-production in London. We’re dedicated to fully engaging in the creative post-production journey, from set to screen. Harnessing cutting-edge technology, we empower our clients to shape their creative visions right from the outset of the post-production process.

CEO Zak Tucker stated: “I am pleased to announce Thom’s appointment as managing director, feature & episodic, UK. Thom has been an integral part of Harbor since joining, contributing significantly to our rapid growth and success in both our Windsor and London studios. With his track record of delivering tent-pole films and high-end episodic projects for the largest studios in the world, complemented by his dedication and strategic vision, Thom is well-positioned to lead our organization towards greater success and growth. I look forward to continuing working with Thom in his new role.

Harbor’s 3-story studios located in the Farringdon Turnmills building boasts theatrical Atmos stages, theatrical grading rooms, Atmos Home Entertainment suites, 4K HDR suites, and ADR recording studios, cutting rooms, and online suites. 

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