David Knight - 23rd July 2010

From his studio at Rushes over the past 18 or so years, legendary colourist Adrian Seery has graded countless music videos, including some of the greatest ever made - plus the occasional commercial.

He's won lots of awards of course - including a CAD or two, and the first ever UK Music Video Award for best telecine in 2008 for KT Tunstall's If Only (right).
It hardly seems possible, but today, after nearly two decades at Rushes, this master of his craft leaves the company to head for a new life in the USA.

Adrian, we salute you - and all the very best for the future.

David Knight - 23rd July 2010

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