“Every grade session is essentially a compromise between what you can achieve in the given timeframe and your vision for the finished product. Baselight steps in to bridge that gap so that you can achieve great results quickly without having to cut corners and compromise your vision.”
Since starting at Splice in London 12 years ago, Adam Dolniak has graded many different projects such as the biopics England is Mine and My Name is Lenny, the documentary Fighting For A City, and the TV comedy series The Reluctant Landlord and Plebs.
Recently Adam was awarded the RTS Craft & Design Award for Picture Enhancement for his work on the Channel 4 documentary The UN Sex Abuse Scandal, directed by Sam Collyns.
You can read the full interview here.