Fitzrovia Post has appointed Adrian Walter as Senior Dubbing Mixer and Supervisor of Animation Productions.

Walter joins the company from Bubble TV where he was Head of Audio  and oversaw the creative audio for a multitude of productions delivering for broadcasters including CBeebies, Disney Channel, Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon and National Geographic.

His credit list includes Get Squiggling!, Postman Pat and Mike The Knight which won an Emmy for Best PreSchool Show. He has created audio for Bethesda, Audi, Ubi Soft and EA Sports commercials intended for various platforms, including cinema viewing.

Speaking about the appointment, Keiran Brown, Fitzrovia Post Director, said: “I’m delighted to welcome Adrian to Fitzrovia Post at this integral point in the growth of the company. His talent, creativity and long standing industry relationships, alongside an abundance of experience make him an important addition to our senior team as we continue to move forward.”

Rob Butler-Biggs, Founder of Fitzrovia Post, added: “Adrian is undoubtedly a perfect fit to the reimagined Fitzrovia. His experience is second to none and I know his invigorating presence will only further strengthen the impact of our world wide reach and business evolution for our clients.”

The facility has recently refurbished it’s central audio studio and upgraded its technical equipment and business infrastructure to further cater for platforms such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Disney+. Fitzrovia has also launched a second central London facility. Founder, Robert Butler-Biggs continued: “Under Keiran’s leadership Fitzrovia Post has accelerated it’s growth trajectory, we’re in a strong position to continue delivering outstanding content and exploring the huge potential of opportunities lying ahead.”

Commenting on his new role, Adrian Walter said: “I love what I do which makes it easy to get up and go to work each day. The studio’s big windows with all the daylight are so welcoming, it’s funny how used to the basements you get and forget what you’re missing. I can’t wait to get into the trenches at Fitzrovia Post.”

Jon Creamer