Study Level:

Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced

Study Mode:

2days, 1day & custom training programmes

Type of training:

Classroom Based


Course Leader:

Dado Valentic, Master Colourist, ICA instructor

Visiting Instructors:

Warren Eagles, colourist and founder of ICA
Klaudija Cermak, Senior VFX Artist


Ivana Bajic, +4402074323863

Our courses are part of ICA-International Colourist Academy. The purpose of the ICA courses is to enable industry professionals to develop their expertise further and master the art of colour grading. Now in its 6th year the courses have proved immensely popular and are established as an important component in training of the colourists of tomorrow. All students who successfully finish the Resolve 101,  Resolve 201, Popular Looks and Masterclasses will be awarded ICA Certificate. 

Our lectures are created through our passion for colour. Our students are encouraged to constantly explore new possibilities and develop their own style as a colourist. They work both collaboratively and independently. We strongly encourage networking between trainees – colourists from different countries, companies and creative studios. 

A notable  number of our past students WORKED on major projects such as: The Girl With A Dragon Tattoo, Mr Turner, Total Recall, The Game of Thrones, Exodus and many more.



Dado Valentic

Dado Valentic is an award winning master colourist with over 17 years of industry experience. Working on some of the biggest feature films , TV series and commercials across the world, he is one of the most sought after colourists working today.

Dado Valentic’s approach to communicating colour science has won him a wide audience as a leading instructor and spoke person for theICA (International Colourist Academy), Reducation, International Broadcasting Convention in Amsterdam, National Broadcasting Convention in Las Vegas, British Society of Cinematographers Expo, BAFTA,  Creative Week in London and ACES .

He is commonly engaged as spokesperson for the leading software companies such as Adobe.

He is a regular lecturer at the Dutch Film Academy, London International Film School, Moscow International Film School, SAE Oxford and Edinburgh University of Arts and Berlin Deutshe Film und Fernsehakademie -UP.GRADE.

He has brought his method of teaching to TV GLOBO in Brazil and South Korean National Television Foundation.

Warren Eagles

Warren Eagles is a freelance colorist based in Australia. He has an extensive 25 year career with experience in all forms of color correction. Now a Resolve owner/operator he runs his own shop and splits his time between grading and running training classes with the ICA. 

His credits include commercials for Qantas,Ford, Mitsubishi, Revlon, and Tooheys, mainstream UK and Australian dramas and documentaries including the first Australian DI movie “Blurred” and Guy Ritchie’s cult movie “Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels“. 

Warren founded the ICA with Kevin Shaw in 2009 and has so far conducted over 50 classes worldwide. He enjoys the challenges of working on different types of projects with new clients in both the coloring and training environments.


Klaudija Cermak has over 20 years experience as a 2D VFX Artist in high-end commercials, broadcast programmes and feature films. Her film credits include ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows’, ‘Never Let Me Go’, 'Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets', 'Troy', 'Babe - Pig in the City' and VFX Oscar-winning 'Gladiator'. She has worked on numerous commercials for major brands including Sony, Lenovo, Walkers, Sainsbury’s, Coca-Cola, BMW, Mars, Guinness and Homebase. Her broadcast credits include 'Virtual History' for the Discovery Channel, that won the VFX Society Award for Outstanding Visual Effects.

She has also art directed and directed TV promotions, title sequences, commercials, stings, idents and content graphics for the BBC, Sky, Channel4 and ITV, for which she won a number of awards, two of which were Golden Promaxes.
She regularly gives talks on post-production at London universities and is currently the Associate Subject Leader for MA VFX at Ravensbourne.

She is the author of the book ‘How to Get Into and Survive Film, Advertising and TV Post-production – The Alternative Guide’.

  • You will learn the latest technologies, trends and industry developments 
  • You will benefit from years of experience of interactive training established by the ICA.
  • You will work both collaboratively and independently.
  • Working alongside experienced colourist you will learn how to form your own style while keeping the client happy.
  • ICA courses are taught and mentored by highly experienced tutors who have strong and active links to the profession.
  • Not only will you benefit from their expertise but previous trainees have been provided with employment opportunities straight out of the course.
  • You will engage in a range of collaborations with your fellow trainees – colourists from different countries, companies and creative studios.