Post house Nomad’s London office has unveiled its new sound department at its newly opened offices in Borough.

The new Sound Department, which sits alongside Edit, Colour and VFX departments, will be headed by new hire Andy Humphreys as Head of Sound Production.

The two new sound suites and spacious vocal booths are equipped with 7.1 Dolby Surround Sound and top of the line speakers and microphones hooked up to a Pro Tools development MTRX studio.

Humphreys has previously won a British Arrow Ad of the Year award for T-Mobile’s spot “Dance” in collaboration with Saatchi & Saatchi. Beginning his career as a live sound engineer, he transitioned to audio post-production at Silk Sound where he honed his skills on award-winning radio campaigns, TV documentaries, and an entire series of ‘The Crystal Maze’. He quickly became a cinema mix specialist in the advertising space, joining sister company Space at their inception.

During his 16-year tenure at 750mph as Board Director and Senior Sound Designer, Humphreys collaborated with notable directors and brands while growing portfolio with a range of award-winning campaigns. He most recently led the Sound Department at Bark Soho.

“Joining Nomad feels like a very natural progression for me. Liv and Martin have a real “can-do” attitude which seems to resonate through the whole company. I’m really excited at the prospect of being a part of a great team I’ve long admired and one that offers the best end-to-end solution for today’s production demands,” said Humphreys.

Nomad London’s managing director Liv Lawton said: “Building a Sound Department felt like the natural progression for us as a company.  Being able to offer everything under one roof with exceptionally talented artists in each field makes me incredibly proud. Andy is such an extraordinary talent, we’re absolutely thrilled to have him heading up our new department”.

Jon Creamer

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