The Quarry Relocates to London's Heal's Building & Unveils Post Production Arm ‘Youngster’
After 25 years in Brewer Street Soho, leading London editing house The Quarry has relocated into new office space in London’s iconic Heal's Building.
In an innovative move, The Quarry will share the new creative space with Whitehouse Post. Sharing similar values for creativity and a vision for future editing and post-production services, both companies will operate independently with their own roster of editors, whilst benefiting from a bigger bespoke use of shared space and facilities.
With the clever introduction of a shared post-production offering, both editing houses can expand their capabilities by integrating the finishing process seamlessly into editorial.
The new creative visual effects post venture ‘Youngster London’ will be helmed by Josh King, Director of Production and Markus Lundqvist, VFX Supervisor and Creative Director.
Both Josh & Marcus are well respected in the post industry and have worked at some of the leading global post houses including MPC and The Mill New York on ground breaking, award winning campaigns.
“Talent is at the heart of what we are doing in the Youngster studio. We are working in ever decreasing circles with everyone creating together at the same time, not the traditional baton passing staggered workflow. By working side by side with Editorial we add creative value by developing shots, and sometimes finishing shots, to help the creative process flow and then ultimately delivering more quickly with better results – it’s struck a chord with producers, creatives and directors we’ve spoken to,” comments Josh King, Director of Production of Youngster.
“Given my previous Agency production background, I see the need to move towards having craft experts from different disciplines under one roof so clients have a seamless edit to post production experience that ultimately gives a value driven service that cuts out the wasteful back and forth” says The Quarry’s Managing Director Tim Page.