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9 July 2024

Daniela Rotaru joins Time Based Arts.

by Andrew MacGregor

 
 

Her country of birth may be out of Euro 2024, but Romania's Daniela Rotaru has every reason to be happy. The colourist has joined Time Based Arts after nearly six years at Glassworks, with a glut of music videos and commercials to her name.

Credits like 'When the Laughter Stops' for Yard Act and 'Not Quite Gone' for Alfie Jukes impressed EP Dan Kreeger, who says: "Dani has clearly been working hard with her peer group in cinematography and direction. She caught our eye with her great work in promos, fashion, and content films. She has all the hallmarks of a great collaborator and we have total belief she will grow with us and be a key player in our award-winning commercial and long form work."

And what does Simone Grattarola have to say about Rotaru? "Time Based Arts has been looking for a colourist who embodied the company's drive and passion for creative excellence. The way the team come together to find solutions on each project means that we look for people that can consider, investigate and inspire. In Dani we found not only a shared belief in going the extra mile, but also a really great person to work alongside Ruth and myself."

For more on what Daniela Rotaru and Time Based Arts can bring to your next project, drop Dan Kreeger a line via dan.kreeger@time-based-arts.com or ring 020 7739 5962.


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