Claudia began her career at The Mill NY in 2005, producing for their color department until 2012. Several of the projects she oversaw during her tenure there went on to win multiple AICP Awards and Cannes Honor. 

She spent a year at MPC as head of the color department, producing VFX as well, before joining Color Collective in 2014. 

After a great run in some of the largest VFX houses in town, she is thrilled to be producing top tier color in a boutique environment.

Jack (also pictured) works Fridays in client services.



Alex Bickel began his career as a commercial colorist in NYC in 2005. He first gained national attention with his 2008 HPA win for the visually arresting launch campaign for the Jaguar XF. He founded Color Collective in 2012.

Alex splits his time between grading commercials and feature films. Recent advertising clients include: Apple, Google, Microsoft, FedEx, NFL, BMW, Verizon and many more. Recent feature films include Best Picture Academy Award Winner Moonlight, Lady Bird and Mid90s. If Beale Street Could Talk is in theaters now..

Discover more about the impact of the color grading for cinema here and here and here.



Mike moved to New York City from Birmingham, Alabama, in 2011. He got his start at Whitehouse Post, and shortly thereafter, discovered he had a passion and critical eye for color grading. He worked his way up from the machine room to color assist at Company 3 before joining Color Collective in 2013.

This past year, Mike graded Netflix's Master of None Season 2, and his recent feature film work includes Hearts Beat Loud and Dayveon. Mike has also worked on commercial projects for Adidas, Budweiser, Gillette and Cadillac among others.

When he's not in the color suite or out with his cameras, you can likely find Mike enjoying a glass of red wine while researching low-maintenance house plants.






From a very young age, Alex has always loved 3 things; yugioh, shoes, and color. Known in the sports world as a one and done, Alex briefly attended university before moving to New York to pursue color. He began his career at Whitehouse Post, and in 2017 joined the Color Collective team.