laura jans fazio  colorist  




ASC Associate Member


2017 ASC - Winner - DP Tod Campbell - Mr Robot

2006 ASC  - Winner - John Stokes
2006 Australian Cinematographers Society - Award of Distinction Winner - John Stokes
    TV Drama and Mini Series for Nightmares and Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King 
    Episode "Umney's Last Case"

​2005 daVinci Master Colorist Award - Commercial Winner 


Having entered the business at 17, Laura has a broad experience in her craft with credits that run the gamut from the "I Want My MTV!" promos from back in the day, multiple commercial campaigns, music videos, episodic television to independent and feature films.  

Raised in New York City, she initially considered a career in psychology attending Baruch City College and then switched to fashion & merchandising at New York's, Parson's School of Design.

However, she landed a job with PBS station WNYC and was soon on her path toward success in post.  She began coloring at DuArt Video, moved to NVI and then Post Perfect . Her last two years in NYC she started her own company "Celluloid Images" where she facilitated her clients in post through her various post house connections. After moving to Los Angeles in 1991 she has worked at Varitel, VRC, 525 Post Hollywood, Company 3, Encore, Technicolor Creative Services, multiple independent boutiques, editorial companies and agencies.

Having freelanced around the world facilitating clients she has gained expertise in digital workflows and color grading systems that meet the demands of today's job market.Over the course of her extraordinary career, Fazio has run her own company, helped pioneer new approaches in color grading, and artfully navigate major workflow shifts, including the move to a non-linear process and, more recently, advanced formats.

A New Yorker at heart, Fazio’s credits include Netflix’s ground-breaking House of Cards — one of the first shows to stream in 4K — and A Series of Unfortunate Events, which was delivered in HDR and SDR, and the ASC Award-winning Mr. Robot. An associate member of the ASC (American Society of Cinematographers), Fazio has recently brought her keen eye to shows such as Mayans M.C. and David Makes Man.

Laura also exercises her sense for color and texture in everything, from designing logos to landscapes, as well as creating handmade wearables in mixed media and organic body products....the list goes on!


Sr Colorist and Co Head of Episodic Television she is currently based at Company 3 Hollywood and available virtually through any Company 3 Virtual Outpost.

For bookings please contact Sales at Company3 
​323.960.3660