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Leo Dunn
Leo Dunn

With over 30 years of professional colorist experience, ranging from the iconic TV show Cheers, to Universal’s acclaimed “restoring the classics” feature film Centennial Project, Leo is as experienced as they come.

Leo’s career as a Colorist began in the early eighties as a Telecine Assist with AME; after two years he would go on to become a Mastering Colorist on features, episodics, pilots, dailies, and trailers. Following AME, Leo held the same title over at All Post Video for most of the nineties. And from 1997-2006 he joined Warner Brothers, where he became the lead Colorist for WB Classic Animation.

In 2006 we were thrilled to welcome Leo to Universal Studios Digital Services – now StudioPost.

 

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02.23.19
Promo shoot set up for last season’s The Voice.
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02.22.19
In honor of this weekend’s Oscars, we visited the “Art of Motion Picture Costume Design” exhibit at the FIDM Museum. NBCUniversal Archives & Collections provided #costumes from “First Man” and “Mary Queen of Scots”. Check out our Insta-story to see the displays! #archives #costume #moviehistory #firstman #maryqueenofscots #museum
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02.20.19
The #universalmonsters mural came out amazing! Swipe
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02.19.19
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02.18.19
The #prop department has #portraits of past presidents to decorate those White House sets.
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02.18.19
Been waiting a couple of months since this special was filmed on the Lot. Can’t wait to watch tonight at 9/8c on @nbc!
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02.16.19
This weather reminds us of the holiday season. A holiday #flashback at a winter wonderland #event in This past December.
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02.14.19
Another storm is coming...
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