Ken Van Deest of Picture Shop

Streamland Media’s Picture Division, Picture Shop, Adds Senior Colorist Ken Van Deest to Elite Talent Roster

Streamland Media’s picture division, Picture Shop, announced that Senior Colorist Ken Van Deest will join the facility’s robust team of leading talent. A respected artist with extensive credits, Van Deest brings over 25 years of finishing experience on award winning productions to Picture Shop.

“From Picture Shop’s earliest days, our aim has been to offer our clients incomparable creative input by our artists,” says Streamland CEO Bill Romeo. “Ken’s talent and collaborative spirit have supported the vision of many outstanding filmmakers and we are delighted he is joining our vibrant global community.”

Van Deest’s impressive list of episodic credits range from drama to comedy to documentary. He has contributed to successful shows such as The Flash (CW), Reacher (Prime Video), DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (CW), The Chef Show (Netflix), Project Blue Book (History Channel), Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO), It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (FX), Revolution (NBC), Prison Break (FOX), Cold Case (CBS), and many others.

Van Deest spent 13 years as a colorist for Riot, followed by a combined 13 years as a senior colorist for Encore and most recently Level 3 Post.

“I am thrilled to be joining the amazing team of artists and technologists at Picture Shop,” notes Van Deest. “Being part of a truly global community of filmmakers is an exciting prospect and I can’t wait to get started.

In addition to Los Angeles, Picture Shop’s locations include New York, Vancouver and Toronto as well as UK facilities in London, Manchester, Bristol, and Wales, giving filmmakers worldwide access to a global talent pool, essential technical expertise and unmatched support from preproduction through post.

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