I am Stuart Humphryes – known on-line as BabelColour – a multimedia artist and content creator for YouTube and Twitter:
I am also a writer – with pieces in Doctor Who Magazine and the book You & Who – plus a film & print colouriser and photographic restorer, known for my work relating to the BBC television Series Doctor Who and the popular BabelColour Twitter account, which focuses on the enhancement of early colour photography. This site shares some of my work which has received recommendations from The Guardian, The Evening Standard, The Stage, The Metro, The Radio Times, The Mail on Sunday, BBC Online, BBC America, The National, FX Magazine, Starburst Magazine, Wild West Magazine, the Houston Press, as well as the news pages of NME and IMDb.
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For further information please check out my Wikipedia page.
You’ll also find information and reviews of the official film colourisation work I have completed for the BBC’s ‘Terror of the Zygons’, ‘Mind of Evil’ and ‘Genesis of the Daleks’ DVD releases, as well as details of the British Film institute premiere of the colourisation work on ‘The Mind of Evil‘ – the results from which have been aired on the BBC evening news. My work on episode One was televised in the US on Retro TV on 15th October 2014 and KBTC Public Television on Saturday 23rd January 2016.
I have also included my published print work as well various interviews I have given over the years. You’ll find press cuttings and podcasts which relate to my work and even clips of my TV appearances. Everything Babelcolour is hidden in the pages of this site!
And for fans of my Doctor Who edits on YouTube you can find many videos to keep you occupied too. My YouTube Channel has 10 million hits and 20,000 subscribers; so if you’d like to keep up to date on what’s next, click the Twitter button in the corner of this page and follow my updates on Twitter – you never know what you might be missing!
With a massive thank you to all the loyal fans who have supported the work I extend a very warm welcome to the Wonderful World of BabelColour.