Will Cox

With a background in art history and engineering, Will is known for his breadth of knowledge, both aesthetic and technical.

Will started his career at Tekserve in 1995 where he founded the video department. On the side he edited underground video features as part of nuBright Solutions, a collective of artist/filmmakers populating the young internet with indie films. After teaching editing for the Ford Foundation in Africa, he worked at Oxygen Media as the Senior Engineer. Will co-founded Final Frame in 2001.

Will has been color grading independent films for the past 13 years. His credits include the 2010 and 2011 Oscar winning documentaries The Cove and Inside Job, as well as a number of Oscar nominees and festival award winners such as Obvious Child (Sundance 2014), Cutie and the Boxer (Academy Award Nominee 2014), Sleepwalk With Me(Best of Next!, Sundance 2013), Dinosaur 13 (Sundance 2014) and It Felt Like Love (Sundance 2013).

For a full list of credits, see Will’s IMDB page here.

Sandy Patch

Originally from Maryland, Sandy began his career working on independent films in New York. After a few years of editing, Sandy joined the Final Frame team in 2005, where he graded festival-bound films and television series. In 2009 he moved to California and worked at Company 3 in Santa Monica, where he headed the company’s digital lab, wrote all of the department’s custom software and developed 3D workflows for films such as Pirates of the Caribbean, Transformers and Fright Night.

In 2012 his short documentary El Último Hielero (The Last Ice Merchant) premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and has since won numerous awards including Best Documentary Short at the Woodstock Film Festival, Woods Hole Film Festival and the Boston Independent Film Festival.

Sandy returned to Final Frame in 2011 where he now leads the engineering team.

For a full list of credits, see Sandy’s IMDB page here.

Simon Marbrook

With over 20 years experience in the post and lab services, specializing in digital restoration and archive preservation, Simon has worked on and managed projects as diverse as the World at War to Queen Live in Budapest to Lion in Winter 1968. He has well managed the digitization of several prestigious archives.

Simon started his career at the Machine Room where he got a good grounding in the fundamentals of video and film, a frustrated VT op who fell into restoration and is much happier fixing faults rather than just pointing them out. He has also previously worked at Telecine Ltd, Dubbs-Eyeframe, Premier and Cinelab London before joining Final Frame Post this year.

Daryl Lathon

Daryl Lathon is an accomplished actor, having worked professionally for over 20 years. He has performed with numerous theatre companies including The Shakespeare Theatre in D.C. and Theatre Virginia in Richmond, VA. In New York he has appeared in productions by Soho Rep, Red Bull Theatre, and The Mint Theatre. After receiving his MFA from VCU, Daryl moved to New York and continued his acting career. He also expanded into film production with PROACTIVE (PROfessional ACTors collectIVE). There he served as one of the executive producers of PROACTIVE 00:12:24:10 films. His responsibilities included writing, directing, or editing many of the 00:12:24:10 films. Through his PROACTIVE experience Daryl has developed into an accomplished filmmaker, receiving accolades for his work on a number of short films including President of the Fan Club, Anniversary Dinner, Sunshine, and the web series Clean Kill.

Stewart Griffin

Stewart has been working in the business since 1995, first as an Assistant Director, then as a dailies colorist at PostWorks, before moving to Final Frame in 2008.

As senior colorist he has graded scores of film and television projects including the Oscar-nominated documentary Hell and Back Again, the 5 features by filmmakers Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg including Knuckleball! and Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work, as well as Jim: The James Foley Story, Happy Valley, We Could Be King and Ivory Tower. He has finished television projects for HBO, OWN, ESPN, Discovery and many others, including A Crime to Remember, This is Life with Lisa Ling, The West and Homicide.

For a full list of credits, see Stewart’s IMDB page here.

SJ Smith

SJ has been working in the New York City post production community since 2007. The University of Kansas graduate began her career as an editor and motion graphics artist with CBS News. At Technicolor-PostWorks (2008-2017), Smith expanded her skill set to encompass editorial finishing, color grading, and visual effects. After departing Technicolor-PostWorks, she spent two years in commercial visual effects, specializing in beauty work and creative look integration. She has applied her talents to projects ranging from Netflix, documentaries, independent features and commercials. Notable long format projects include The Big Sick, Strong Island, The Americans, The Jinx, and feature doc “Ailey” premiering at Sundance 2021.

She loves collaborating with directors to bring new life to their images. Harnessing a wide skill set, SJ often finds unconventional solutions to elevate a director’s vision and execute them effortlessly.

A student of the latest post technologies, she enjoys both the variety of her work and the opportunity to use post-production tools in creative and innovative ways. She is currently a Senior Colorist at Final Frame in New York.

Pronouns: She/Her/They/Them

For a full list of credits, see SJ’s IMDB page here.

Drew Kilgore

Having spent his early career in audio production, Drew made the switch to video post production in 2011, joining Final Frame as an Online Editor. He has since overseen the conform and completion of a wide variety of films and television series, including Life Animated, Mavis!, Weiner, Obvious Child, and Ke$ha: My Crazy Beautiful Life. In 2016, Drew began working as a colorist, most recently grading Bravo’s Southern Charm. Currently, Drew also manages the online team and post production process at Final Frame, New York.

For a full list of credits, see Drew’s IMDB page here.

Peter Lynch

Peter is a respected colourist with over 30 years experience. Originally BBC trained, he has subsequently freelanced at nearly all of the UK’s most prestigious post houses and is highly sought after. His specialities include television, features and concerts . Peter will get the very best out of your source material whether it is film, tape or digital.
To look at Pete’s CV just turn on the television, as Pete’s work is on every night of the week. From the BBC to Sky Arts, The Rolling Stones to Top Gear, The World at War to The Lion In Winter (1968).

For a full list of credits, see Peter’s IMDB page here.

Susumu Asano

Susumu graduated from National Film and Television School in London with a postgraduate degree in Post Production. He started out as a creative editor at SJW and advanced his career in becoming a product manager and colorist at Digital Vision. He has developed his skillset and been working in the post industry for 10 years.

Susumu has worked as a freelance colorist for various established London companies including Matador Pictures, Pepper and Recipe. His job involves him travelling extensively around the world, grading projects in numerous countries such as China, India and Germany. Susumu has graded commercials for prestigious labels such as Armani, Levi’s and Samsung. He has demonstrated his talent in music videos for music artists including Snoop Dogg and Plan B. His work has been notably selected for festivals around the globe including Berlin, Edinburgh Film Festival and Raindance. He most recently graded a feature for the Istanbul Film Festival. He has a broad scope and creative artistry of his craft and has an ethnically diversified portfolio with clients of all different cultures.

For a full list of credits, see Susumu’s IMDB page here.

Kevin Allen Caby

Kevin graduated from Columbia College Chicago with a degree in Film and Video Production with a focus in Cinematography. While in school Kevin completed a post production internship with Emmy Award winning Journalist Bill Kurtis at Kurtis Productions. Kevin spent time in Chicago shooting and editing independent films and documentaries where he was credited as additional camera for the official Sundance Film Festival entry “We’re Not Broke.” Kevin Moved to New York in 2012 where he started working as a camera assistant for fashion video shoots and worked at a local camera rental house. Kevin turned his attention back to post production when he joined the Final Frame team in 2015 as an online editor.

For a full list of credits, see Kevin’s IMDB page here.