Luke Hodsdon has joined Splice as dubbing mixer.

Hodsdon previously mixed at The Farm/Picture Shop, where his credits include The Circle US, France & Brazil, All or Nothing: Brazil National Team, The Misadventures of Romesh Ranganathan, Old People’s Home for 4 Year Olds and SAS: Rogue Warriors.

Splice opened its new Nile Streeet building earlier this year. It now houses 95 suites in three buildings and has been looking at further expansion. Its work still includes documentary, but also encompasses drama, comedy and entertainment.

Luke Hodsdon commented, ‘’I have always admired the quality of work that Splice produces so when the opportunity came to join the company, it was an easy decision. Now I’m here, the team has made me feel so welcome and they have exceeded all my expectations in how talented, professional and kind they are. I’m already working on some incredible projects with more in the pipeline. It feels like a really exciting time to be part of Splice and I’m looking forward to the future. ‘’

MD Richard Folley said “We are delighted to welcome Luke to Splice, he’s an incredible talent and his addition to our audio team further widens and strengthens our offering as we continue to push the excellence of our output. He’s creative, technical and a joy to work with.”

Luke’s first credit at Splice is Amazon’s All or Nothing: Arsenal.



Pippa Considine

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