Contact

[email protected]

www.cheatit.co

+44 (0)20 8525 1411

Arthaus Building
199-205 Richmond Rd
London
E8 3NJ

About

CHEAT is a colour grading and finishing studio founded in 2015 by Colourist Toby Tomkins that promises a unique client experience.

At CHEAT, It’s all about understanding the creative message, presentation and technical requirements, while being brave in offering the freshest ideas.

The CHEAT team is built on encouraging the individual talents and personalities of each artist and celebrating their differences. Based in Hackney, the area reflects an innovative and artistic community.

Awards

Creatively recognised for a number of high profile commercials, promo’s, documentaries, shortand feature length films – CHEAT has received nominations and wins at the British Arrow Craft Awards, UK Music Video Awards and the Oscars.

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Watch Subway's New Advert Get Interrupted by Crazed Protesters

Watch Subway's New Advert Get Interrupted by Crazed Protesters

Above+Beyond launches a new campaign with a group of masked protesters upset with the numerous choices on offer in Subway

Behind The Grade: A Five Minute Cheat Sheet

Behind The Grade: A Five Minute Cheat Sheet

CHEAT's Toby Tomkins and Tim Smith lift the curtain on the vibrant process of colour-grading

CHEAT Bolsters Colourist Team with Jack McGinity and Tim Smith

CHEAT Bolsters Colourist Team with Jack McGinity and Tim Smith

The Time Based Arts and Electric Theatre Collective Colourists join rapidly growing team

CHEAT's Toby Tomkins Colours New Brooding Audi Spot

CHEAT's Toby Tomkins Colours New Brooding Audi Spot

The slick new spot showcases the car's new programmable rear LEDs

CHEAT's Toby Tomkins Colours New Inspirational Under Armour Spot

CHEAT's Toby Tomkins Colours New Inspirational Under Armour Spot

Directed by Björn Rühmann at Smuggler, the piece stars Syrian swimmer Yusra Mardini

CHEAT's Joseph Bicknell Delivers Striking Grade on New Nike Spot

CHEAT's Joseph Bicknell Delivers Striking Grade on New Nike Spot

Football star-studded film 'Born Mercurial' was shot by directing duo Man vs Machine