top of page

Kath Raisch

Based in New York


Operating from Company 3 New York and available virtually through any Company 3 Virtual Outpost, Kath Raisch's life has been profoundly influenced by her passion for colour. Her journey, starting with a love for photography and darkroom printing, eventually led her to join Company 3 in 2012 as a colourists' assistant. Over time, she ascended through the ranks and established herself as a senior colourist with a unique artistic vision.


Throughout her career, Raisch has brought her remarkable eye and strong sensibility to numerous commercial campaigns for major clients such as Airbnb, Ulta, Ford, Gucci, ASOS, Allbirds, Kohler, and many others. Her exceptional work earned her recognition, including AICP nominations in 2021 for the best colour grading in the Ulta commercial campaign "Muse" and in 2022 for her contribution to the FTX Super Bowl commercial. She has also made a significant impact in the music video realm and was nominated for AICP's Best Colour Grading, Music Video in 2019 for her work on Lykke Li's "Hard Rain."


In addition to her accomplishments in the commercial and music video spheres, Raisch boasts an impressive portfolio of feature credits. Notably, her colour grading work contributed to the success of powerful films like "Aftersun," which earned director Charlotte Wells top awards at the 2022 Cannes and Berlin film festivals, and various projects showcased at Tribeca 2022. Her contributions extend to films like "Shapeless" at Tribeca 2021, "Black Bear" at Sundance 2020, "Premature" premiered at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival, "Port Authority," which premiered at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival's Un Certain Regard section, and "The Mother," starring Jennifer Lopez, for Netflix. Raisch has also made her mark in the world of feature-length documentaries with works like "Framing John DeLorean" and "LA92," both premiering at the esteemed Tribeca Film Festival.


Throughout her career, Raisch's artistic prowess has left an indelible mark on the film industry, from short films premiering at major festivals to her involvement in the Oscar-nominated (2017) short "My Nephew Emmett."


Social Media Handle:

Comments


bottom of page