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Edwin Metternich came to Framestore in 2007 as a runner, and fast became an integral part of the London Colour team. In 2015 he was acknowledged by Little Black Book as a Top Colourist to Watch. 

His most recent projects include the epic Guitar Hero Live, Framestore’s first video game VFX job, and ‘The Eye’ for Audi, alongside director manvsmachine. Edwin frequently collaborates with award-winning agencies and production companies, including Somesuch & Co. and Blink.

Edwin has also worked on independent film projects, notably Blood Cells for British directing duo Joseph Bull and Luke Seomore. The job was a real passion project for Edwin, who was able to push his technical skills to the max, with beautiful results.

He has also recently partnered with Turner-nominated artist Zarina Bhimji, applying the grade to her latest film, Jangbar, and was part of the crew behind BAFTA award-winning British Short Film Operator, directed by Caroline Bartlett. Edwin maintains an interest in art in his own free time, particularly twentieth century and contemporary work, and the palettes and styles of Rothko and Diebenkorn. He notes however that daily inspiration is easy to come by, amongst his talented peers within the global Colour team.