Bradley Greer is an award winning content producer and post-production specialist. His 23 year
career spanning multiple disciplines from production through post has granted him a holistic perspective of both the technical and artistic process of making movies. Attracted to the black box of filmmaking, Bradley began his post-production career in the negative processing department of a film lab, ambitiously worked his way up the ranks to becoming a photochemical color timer, and eventually a highly sought after digital colorist. He has helped to build and manage multiple post-production facilities, serving as a V.P. of Post-Production and Senior
Colorist. In 2009, he was involved with Cineworks Digital Studios in the opening of what will most likely be the last new film lab to be create
d in America. Bradley has been recognized for his work in American Cinematographer and been invited to speak on behalf
of Kodak, Sony, and Avid. Recent notable credits include 12 Years A Slave ( 2014 Best Picture Oscar winner ), Spike Lee’s Old Boy, Lee Daniel’s The Butler, The Iceman, Paperboy, G.I. Joe 2, Killing Them Softly, Hateship Loveship, Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters, Backmask, and Looper. In addition, Bradley was the Associate Producer on the independent feature films Planet Ibsen and The Writer. Currently, Bradley is the owner of Kyotocolor, a highly specialized boutique dedicated to delivering major studio level digital intermediate color grading to independent feature films and to providing additional support to production with innovative workflows, post-production consultation, color management, and engineering. Kyotocolor’s facility is located in New Orleans with remote color correction capacity in New York City.