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Peter Oppersdorff


Peter is a senior colourist at the award-winning post production studio, The Mill.


Peter is a highly acclaimed Colourist, celebrated for his exceptional creativity and expertise in workflow management.


In 2021, Peter's remarkable talents earned him two prestigious Kinsale Shark Awards, establishing him as one of the leading talents of his generation. He secured the Gold award for his outstanding work on Arlo Parks' "Caroline," collaborating with Agile films and Brock Neale-Roberts. Additionally, he received the Bronze award for his contributions to the US Facebook campaign "Good Ideas Deserve To Be Found," partnering with Riff Raff's David Wilson and Droga5, New York.


One of the highlights of his career came in 2022, when Peter's exceptional craft on Stonewall's "Proud Mistletoe" campaign garnered recognition at the esteemed British Arrows, the International Filmlight Awards, the AICP Post Awards, and the Berlin Commercial Awards.


In 2023, Peter once again earned a spot on the prestigious AICP awards shortlist for his exceptional work on the heartwarming Confused.com "Piggy Bank" commercial, in collaboration with Vedran Rupic and Riff Raff Films.


His impressive portfolio boasts collaborations with renowned creators from around the world, including Jake Scott, Ian Pons Jewell, James Gray, Dom and Nic, The Sacred Egg, FKA Twiggs, Vedran Rupic, David Wilson, Toby Dye, Amber Grace Johnson, Finn Keenan, Kirby McClure, Michael J Ferns, Emile Rafael, Nick Livesey, and Jamie Rafn.


Peter is a graduate of the renowned Arts Institute of Bournemouth, and his diverse creative background has allowed him to amass a visually arresting body of work for global brands such as Fifa, EE, Marks and Spencers, Dyson, Just Eat, Adidas, Nike, Budweiser, Evian, Heineken, Stella Artois, Schweppes, Pepsi, Honda, Seat, Bentley, Facebook, Google, and Amazon.


In 2021, Peter was featured in the Little Black Book as part of their 'Making The Grade' campaign.


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