Talent & Staff
Chris Currall
Chris Currall

Chris Currall joins StudioPost from Warner Bros. MPI, where he worked as both a Flame artist and Avid editor. Prior to his time at Warner Bros. Chris worked at both The Loft and Level 3 as an Editor and Smoke artist.  It was from the early stages in his career that he directed a feature documentary where he mastered Avid editing. Chris’ interest in the Flame platform further ignited his interest for visual effects. He took strongly to the challenges of visual effect work, which he continued at MPI. He loves the artistry and challenges that visual effects work provides. He has a passion for delivering the best for his clients and building relationships.  Chris has been a great addition to the StudioPost team.

credit list

Television - VFX

  • Rise
  • Will & Grace
  • The Village – Pilot
  • Halt And Catch Fire
  • Dear White People
  • Bosch
  • Empire
  • Tyrant
  • Falling Skies
  • The Neighbors


Television – Online Editing

  • Halt And Catch Fire
  • Dear White People
  • Bosch
  • Empire
  • Tyrant
  • The 100
  • Falling Skies
  • The Neighbors
  • Once Upon A Time In Wonderland
  • Under The Dome
  • Shameless
  • Arrow
  • 666 Park
  • Body of Proof
  • Bunheads
  • Political Animals
  • Switched At Birth
  • Drop Dead Diva
  • Once Upon A Time

 

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