Digital Arts features a team of seasoned colorists with extensive experience in Film and Television, with  world-class  grading environment and color science. Our team handles all aspects of color from on-set to digital intermediates. We provide strong technical expertise, consulting, and advice on each project to build optimized pre-through-post production workflows for projects of any scale. 


Axel Ericson


Steve Calalang

Steve began his career in the 90’s working as a camera assistant for many years before making the transition to post-production. As he graded literally millions of feet of film for dailies his keen eye for color led him to collaborations with the likes of Academy Award winning cinematographers Emmanuel Lewbeski and Robert Elswit.  Steve began to provide final color on commercials and mastered numerous films for the prestigious Criterion Collection. He became the senior digital intermediate colorist for Technicolor’s Bangkok Thailand facility, grading projects for countries ranging from Thailand, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Iran, Qatar and the U.S.  Happy to be back in New York he is eager to continue the close relationships he makes with his clients by fostering their ideas and using his creativity to help their visions come to life through color.


John Tissavary

John Tissavary is a New York City based colorist equally at home in feature film DI, commercials, and television color grading.  Having started his career in visual effects (The Matrix, Ocean’s 11, Stealth, Fantastic 4, etc…), John found a natural evolution to his work in feature film DI and television color grading, and brings a personal method and style to his work that has earned him a prestigious slate of clients including Dir. Dennis Iliadis and DP Mihai Malamaire Jr with Plus One, Dirs Pete Mortimer and Nick Rosen on Valley Uprising, and agency / commercial clients including JWT, Grey Advertising, Young & Rubicam and brands including Dannon, Purina, Volvo, KFC, Burger King, Chase, Dentyne, and many others.


Eyal Dimant

After coloring his first feature-length documentary, At The Green Line in 2003, Eyal Dimant worked as an online editor and colorist at Rainbow Media’s VOOM Networks on nearly 100 hours of programming, including the globe-trotting National Geographic series Nomads. He has colored and finished shows for networks ranging from MTV, HGTV and Discovery to HBO, Showtime and Netflix, and formerly joined Post Factory NY as a Senior Colorist. Eyal’s recent work in color includes The Oscar-nominated documentary The Square, Christina Voros’s The Director, James Franco’s Child of God and Tim BlakeNelson’s Anesthesia.