A Look Into The Best Post Production Business In The World: Box Studios

Pascal Dangin is the founder and chief of Box Studios, a retouching house based out of NYC. They're known for retouching some of the world's best photographs, some of which grace Vogue and Vanity Fair. He also works with Annie Leibovitz and Steven Meisel. Unofficially, he's credited as being the world's most sought after retoucher in the industry. He is also very mysterious and so is Box. Here, we get an in depth look at what goes on behind the scenes at Box. 

Mike Saunders shot this video and it gives us a look into the mystery that is Box studios and the new direction they are taking the studio in. From stills to motion pictures, it shows us his footprint in the realm of commercials and movies.

This video is not only about retouching, in fact it has almost nothing to do with it, but what it does show is some of the beginnings of Pascal's work, along with what he is up to now.

If you've never heard of Mr. Dangin before, you can read more about him here:


[Via Mike Saunders]

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ThePope2012's picture

looks like an adult ewok.. that guy should retouch himself or at least get a haircut.. i believe i see bird nests in their...

Anto de Chav's picture

Funny.. but really I don't care if he looks like Yoda,he is a brilliant retoucher//

ThePope2012's picture

so you care for retouching but not for the look of humans.... strange ;)

Anto de Chav's picture

What i am saying is that his Look is irrelevant ,he is on fstoppers because he is a talented retoucher,not a model. 

JPGodwin's picture

It's not a retoucher's job to care about how people look, it's their job to follow instructions. 

RUSS's picture

 Some of the smartest people are considered some of the ugliest people.
It does not matter how one looks.
 It matters what one does.

Georgi Andinov's picture

Pascal is THE Godfather of photoshop! 

JPGodwin's picture

Pascal's Wikipedia entry sounds like it was written by him. 

José Tomás Tocino's picture

For those interested, the brilliant background music is "Chapel Site" by "Pretz". 

Filip Wesołowski's picture

Is there any chance to make this video public again? I would be very much interested in it :)