Jean-Clément Soret, our Global Creative Director of Colour Grading, has received numerous outstanding industry accolades. He is a six-time winner of Best Colourist at the British Arrow Craft Awards and was voted Best UK Colourist four years in a row, as well as Best UK VFX artist by Televisual Magazine. He also received a Fellowship award at the British Arrow Craft Awards in November 2013.
Jean-Clément works with internationally acclaimed Directors and DP's across both commercials and film. His iconic work includes Michel Gondry's Levi’s 'Pharmacy'; Antoine Bardou-Jacquet's Honda 'Cog'; Ivan Zacharis's Stella 'Doctor' and Bruno Aveillan's Cartier 'L'Odyssée de Cartier'. His other credits include Danny Boyle’s feature ‘Trance’, 'Mandela: The Long Walk to Freedom' directed by Justin Chadwick; 'In the Heart of the Sea', directed by Ron Howard; Dougal Wilson's 'Channel 4 Paralympics' and iconic John Lewis Christmas campaigns including ‘The Long Wait’, ‘Snowman’, ‘Buster the boxer’ & 'The Boy & Piano'.
He recently graded Trainspotting 2' directed by Danny Boyle and 'You Were Never Really Here' directed by Lynne Ramsay. In April 2018 he was awarded a BAFTA craft for Best VFX for his work on Black Mirror 'Metal Head', directed by David Slade.