Bringing grading in house with
Dan Moran and Coffee & TV
Since setting up shop in 2012, Coffee & TV have gone from strength to strength, handling VFX and post-production duties for ITV, Syfy, MTV and more. When they moved to their new facility in Broadwick Street, they were keen to expand operations, recruiting colourist Dan Moran and hitting up our team for help designing their Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve system.
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What did they need?
Coffee and TV had previously been outsourcing their clients’ grading work, but when they moved to a new premises, they finally had the opportunity to bring that function in-house.
How did we help?
We helped Coffee & TV design their new studio and integrate a new Resolve system with their existing technology. We also designed cable runs and monitoring solutions.
What were the benefits?
Coffee & TV can now offer a fully end-to-end service for every project, as well as being able to tweak the grade later in a project without incurring additional costs. Clients are so impressed with the grading work Coffee & TV are producing that it’s driving an increase in their other VFX work, too.
“Jigsaw24 were extremely helpful in designing our new studio layout and making sure the Resolve would ‘play nicely’ with all of the other technology that was being incorporated. At one point, we had four different engineering companies connecting things together, and my fear was that there could be a lot of finger pointing if something didn’t work properly. But Jigsaw24 were happy to play their part in the bigger picture and in fact designed some of our other cable runs and monitoring solutions.”
Derek Moore, Managing Director, Coffee & TV.
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Who are Coffee & TV?
Coffee & TV are a specialised VFX and post-production company with studios in Soho and Bristol. They create amazing visuals for TV shows, commercials, music videos. Their motto: “If you can’t shoot it, we can make it. If you can shoot it, we can make it better!”