As Harbor opens its new central London post-production studio, founder and CEO, Zak Tucker, shared the news that top senior colourist Jateen Patel will join Harbor’s growing UK-based talent roster. Patel’s recent feature credits include Mrs. Harris Goes To Paris (Focus Features), Ali And Ava (Altitude Films), Rocks (Netflix), Pirates (BBC Films), Mission: Impossible – Fallout (Paramount Pictures) and The Hitman’s Bodyguard (Lionsgate). Television credits include, The Lazarus Project (Sky), 61st Street (AMC+), The Last Kingdom (Netflix), Breeders (FX), Starstruck (HBO) and The Thief, His Wife, And The Canoe (ITV). His track record for delivering high-end work has garnered him trusted collaborations with acclaimed filmmakers: Hélène Louvart, Rachel Clarke, Will Hanke, Philipp Haberlandt, Ben Palmer, Reggie Yates, and Sergio Delgado.
Patel has built a reputation for creative grading excellence and extensive colour pipeline design, delivering a technically high standard of image development from set to screen serving premium feature and episodic productions.
Commenting on joining Harbor, Patel said, “I’ve been a big admirer of Harbor for many years as it’s clear there are no limits or ceilings to delivering excellence. I am thrilled to join this team of incredible artists, engineers, and producers who push the boundaries of art and science, in service of our clients’ creative vision.”
Harbor founder and CEO, Zak Tucker, stated, “We have admired Jateen’s work for a long time. He seamlessly blends artistry and innovation in each colour grading session, taking each project to the next level for his clients. The United Kingdom has been a major entertainment production hub for decades and we are excited to expand both our studio footprint and artist roster in London.”