A graduate of the renowned Arts Institute of Bournemouth, Peter Oppersdorff has always been deeply involved in the visual arts: a photographer with a background in design and a love of cinema.
Joining MPC’s award winning colour grading department in 2015, Peter worked his way up to become a colourist in his own right. His broad creative background has allowed him to build a visually arresting portfolio of work, spanning music video, commercial and narrative platforms.
Notable work includes 'Four Quartetz', a short film that received a special mention and was nominated for 'Best Short Film' and a 'Teddy Award' at this years’ Berlinale, as well as a recent commercial on behalf of Tate Britain for their Van Gogh exhibition, directed by Nadira Amrani.
Peter has also collaborated on a diverse collection of music videos for artists such as Clean Bandit, Paloma Faith, The Chainsmokers and Jon Hopkins. His work on the recent 'Easy Life' music video ‘Nightmares’ received a Vimeo Staff Pick award.