Colour creates deeper meaning, sets the tone and makes us feel. It can elevate a piece of content to completely capture an audience, reflect brand values and give a story greater impact.
Colour grading, however, is often considered a mysterious and intimidating part of the filmmaking process. The lingo is techy and the process confusing - not to mention expensive!
So we decided to give advertising and branded content creators - no matter their tech prowess or their location - access to expert colour grading, and break it down.
Four delightfully simple steps.
Grade when you want, review when you want.
Split up your session to give you more head space, stop if you need to collect the kids.
We love our work and we work hard, but we value it even more when life is the priority.
Stunning colour grades. Transforming content to blow you away, and your clients too.
We are process-driven, by highly experienced, warm, creative humans who specialise in exceptional communication to make it stress-free for you.
Know exactly what to expect from start to finish. No mysterious costs or overages.
Eliminating unnecessary parts of the process to save you time and money.
Angela is a firm believer that the harder you work, the "luckier" you get. Whether colour grading a commercial, podcasting or evolving her business, Angela fully commits to the task at hand with positivity, creativity and gusto. She looks forward to working with clients and colleagues who strive to be bold, and aren’t afraid to do things a little differently.
Founder of Peachy Keen Colour
15+ years Colour Grading experience
Collage art, pizza, glitter, vintage shopping, camping and films that make her cry!
Often touted as “one of the loveliest people ever”, dealing with Rosie is a delight. But behind the smile, Rosie is a serious problem solver, thinker and organiser, expertly steering both clients and colourists toward the desired outcome. She’s also pretty serious about making cookies and Melbourne Cup hats.
Studio Manager at Peachy Keen Colour
15+years Production Management experience
Schitt's Creek, Masterchef, The Graham Norton Show, Have You Been Paying Attention?