Light Iron – a post production leader specializing in content originated on file-based motion cameras – has hired Executive Producer Jean Lane for a newly created role to lead its growing New York facility.  Lane’s move from Goldcrest Post comes as Light Iron expands their SoHo operations.

CEO Michael Cioni says that Lane’s experience was the right fit for the growing company.  “I directly oversaw our Manhattan launch a year ago, but then looked for a New Yorker to take over the reins as we moved into year two.  Jean brings strong managerial, technical, and client relations experience to the team.”

Lane has led teams at Goldcrest Post and Lost Planet Editorial, overseeing post production services for award-winning documentaries and innovative commercials.  Her long career also includes creative editorial, production management, and casting.  “I’ve admired Light Iron for its cutting-edge contributions to the industry, and am proud to join the management team,” says Lane.

Doubling square footage at the 580 Broadway location, Light Iron’s expansion creates additional edit suites for the company to package with its on-set dailies services and Digital Intermediate services.  “We’ve customized these boutique suites to the New York film community’s tastes,” remarks Lane.  “They’re high-end, spacious, and comfortable.  And clients love the collaborative integration with picture finishing.”

Editor of The Last Five Years, Sabine Hoffman, ACE agrees: “Light Iron NY provides an amazing editorial workspace, with support at every step from dailies to finishing.  The expert staff had answers for all our challenges, providing simulations of what might be possible in DI and making nearly impossible requests happen immediately. The direct-from-Avid screenings of each cut were fantastic and I look forward to working with this incredible team again.”

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About Light Iron
Light Iron is a post production company that specializes in on-site dailies, digital intermediate, archival, and data services for projects originated on file-based motion cameras. With facilities in Hollywood and New York City, Light Iron serves feature film, episodic television, and web-bound projects at both the independent and studio level. The company distinguishes itself by providingclients state-of-the-art hardware and software solutions configured to enhance the creative process. More specifically, Light Iron offers post production workflows that minimize time, maximize image fidelity, and increase filmmakers' creative control over their projects. Recent credits include features such as Muppets Most Wanted, Cold in July, and Ride Along, commercial campaigns for Calvin Klein and Purina, and the television hits Criminal Minds and Veep.