Clear Cut Pictures has appointed Bafta nominated sound mixer Laurie Goode to its audio team. 

Goode was nominated for a Bafta for his sound editing work on the Forces of Nature with Brian Cox series for the BBC and worked on Bafta nominated David Attenborough’s Natural History Museum Alive for Sky Atlantic. 

His credits include programming in both 5.1 and stereo mixing, with a focus on high end factual documentaries and series.

Goode said: “I’m very much looking forward to joining the team at Clear Cut Pictures. I need to work in creative audio post production and I’m excited to start working on the impressive programmes that Clear Cut offers. The company not only has incredible creative talent but also fantastic kit and technical knowledge – their outstanding reputation within the industry says it all.”

Ben Newth, Head of Audio said: “I’m absolutely delighted that Laurie has joined the team. We know his flair for sound design and mixing, he understands the quality and attention to detail that we expect. I’ve heard nothing but positives from colleagues and clients alike, I’m really excited about what the future holds.”

Rowan Bray, MD said: “Our highly successful audio team is growing from strength to strength.  We are thrilled that we have secured such a respected audio talent to join our amazing team.  Laurie is already fully booked with some great projects.”


Staff Reporter

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