A graduate of the renowned Arts Institute of Bournemouth, Peter Oppersdorff has always been deeply involved in the visual arts: a photographer with a background in fine art, design and a love of cinema.
Joining MPC’s award winning colour grading department in 2015, Peter worked his way up to become a colourist in his own right. His broad creative background has allowed him to build a visually arresting portfolio of work, spanning music video, commercial and narrative platforms.
He has contributed to global campaigns for Honda ‘Up’, Lacoste ‘Timeless’, Diesel, Mail Chimp and the esteemed John Lewis Christmas commercials, including ‘Buster the Boxer’ & ‘The Boy and the Piano’.
Notable work includes ‘Four Quartetz’, a short film that received a special mention and was nominated for ‘Best Short Film’ and a ‘Teddy Award’ at this years’ Berlinale, as well as a recent commercial on behalf of Tate Britain for their upcoming Van Gogh exhibition. Peter has also collaborated on a diverse collection of music videos for artists such as Clean Bandit, Paloma Faith, The Chainsmokers and The Fratellis. His recent collaboration on the Apre ‘Come Down’ promo with will Hooper & Blink Productions received a 5 star review on David reviews.