Inside Andy Brown's own Four Walls

Andy Brown founded Four Walls in 2006, following a career at some of London's best post houses. He is an artist who has bridged analogue to digital visual communication, with total understanding of the demands needed in this fast moving medium and always with a keen eye on its future. Dean and I have had the pleasure of working with Andy over the years on projects such as Enemy at the Gates, The Constant Gardener, and Tania Hoser's ten minute short Grandma, which I produced.

Working closely with long-time producer Toby Abbott, Four Walls provides post-production solutions for a wide variety of clients and projects from around the world.

After a successful first year in their new home at 93 Wardour Street, Soho. They have upgraded their software and hardware facilities last week to include Flame and Flame Premium. Giving the capability of starting up as Flame, Smoke or Lustre.

Andy says "We're really excited with this update as it gives us some powerful new capabilities. We're planning to expand the grading side of the business in response to demand from clients and Lustre provides us with a great toolset. Add that to the latest updates for Flame and the increasing demand for Smoke and we are very happy!"

We wish Andy and Toby all the best for the future.

Andy Brown Four Walls