Ron Anderson - Master Colorist
RON ANDERSON started in the film business in 1974 working his way up through Allied Film Laboratory in Detroit, as a film animation-cameraman, film timer, and telecine colorist. He then worked for CBS/Fox coloring many feature films for the home video market, including the James Bond films The Spy Who Loved Me, and The Man With The Golden Gun, Robert Altman's "A Wedding", and the classic "Flight of the Phoenix" to name a few.
Ron has worked as senior colorist, and supervisor of the film department for Grace & Wild Studios in Farmington Hills, Michigan, and senior colorist for Editel in Chicago where his commercial clients included GM, Ford, McDonalds, AT&T, Sears, Marlboro and others. Ron has worked as a national consultant for both Philips Quadra and DaVinci Systems and premiered the first Spirit Datacine in Los Angeles. In 1995 Ron joined CineFilm, in Atlanta, where he helped design, build, and manage two fully digital Telecine suites. While there worked on the 1996 Olympic movie, all of the NASA space shuttle launches, numerous feature films, and commercial clients. While there colored 57 shows "The Deep Sea Detectives" for the History Channel, as well as many documentaries for the National Geographic Channel. Feature films include "The Lost Valentine" starring Jennifer Love Hewitt and Betty White, Director of Photography Mr. Frank Prinzi. And Big Momma's 4, "Like Father, Like Son", starring Martin Lawrence, Director of Photography Mr. Tony Richmond.
Working with the highest quality digital media, utilizing Black Magic's DAVINCI RESOLVE, Ron has won two Emmy’s for his color correction on “Margaret Mitchell, an American Rebel”, a documentary for Georgia Public Television, and” A New Hope”, a documentary about bringing a ministry coarse to the Angola State Prison in Louisiana, by Kossover & Co. Recently he worked with Tyler Perry Studios, coloring their nationally syndicated television shows, “For Better or Worse”, and “The House of Payne”. Just completed color for "Sunshine By the Stars"", performed and narrated by Harry Connick Jr. for PBS. He has just completed two 4K Indy films, “Kings of Baja,”, and “Galapagos”, both exciting underwater features. Presently airing on the Travel Channel is another beautiful and entertaining series that Ron had the opportunity to work on as colorist, “Hotel Amazon”. His personal interests include jazz (he plays saxophone and flute), cooking, and entertaining with his wife, Marilyn, of 40 years.