Crew Profile

Fran Barredo

Digital Colorist making chroma blush

  • 2018 Antwerp, Belgium

Skills Profile

  • Sectors
    • Post-production
  • Roles
    • Colorist
  • Softwares
    • DaVinci Resolve


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  • English
  • Italian
  • Dutch
  • Spanish


I make chroma blush using the endless creative tools and techniques from Da Vinci Resolve.

I began my career in colour grading in Cape Town, South Africa in 2013 and have colour graded for over 8 years. Having moved to Belgium, I run the Comfort & Fame studio in Antwerp and am fully equipped to work remotely.

​I am very passionate about my craft, and have had the privilege of exploring and developing my skills in the field, collaborating with diversely talented and creative individuals from commercials to feature films and documentaries.

My keen eye for colour, attention to detail and easy-going nature guarantee a fruitful collaboration with all my clients.

Trainings / Certifications


Salomon Wmn Hert Way Short Film

Digital Colorist

03/2021 - 03/2021

I was humbled and so excited to have been part of an all female crew working on this beautiful and inspiring film for Salomon. A story that captivated 3 incredible women that was truly inspiring. To be working on a project that motivates and inspires yourself to be the most exceptional version of yourself is pure passion for your craft. I was the digital colourist for this film and we worked remotely during the lockdown, From South Africa to Belgium, with the incredible team at Fell&Co.

Good Hope Documentary directed by Athony Fabian

Digital Colorist

04/2018 - 07/2018

What an incredible project! Not only to be working with Anthony Fabian and the wonderful team from Moonlighting Films and Priest Post Production, but to be bringing colour to this very intricately and thought provoking, uplifting and hopeful feature documentary highlighting the very struggles our South Africa faces. A must see for everyone globally, not just for South Africans.

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