TFS has launched its new Sound Editorial department and hired Supervising Sound Editor Dan Morgan and Sound Designer Arthur Graley.

The Sound Editorial launch follows on from the TFS Sound department Theatre 1 and 2 which have recently gone through a renovation and tech upgrade as part of the TW1 complex redevelopment.

Dan Morgan has been brought on board to head up the Sound Editorial team as the new TFS Supervising Sound Editor.

Dan Morgan has worked as both a freelancer and at Hackenbacker. In 2004 he began a long collaboration with Director Edgar Wright working on Shaun of the Dead and going on to work on all his films including Hot Fuzz, Scott Pilgrim vs the World, The Worlds End and Baby Driver (which was nominated for both Bafta and Academy Awards for Best Sound). He has most recently Co Sound Supervised Wright’s latest feature Last Night In Soho.

New TFS Supervising Sound Editor and Head of Sound Editorial Dan Morgan comments: “I am extremely proud to be joining TFS as the studios are going from strength to strength. I am looking forward to coming on board and running Twickenham Film Studios newly launched post Sound Editorial team and being able to offer productions the very best experience for across their Sound Post. With a highly talented and experienced crew coupled with the very best TFS Sound Mixing Theatres in the UK we are set to do the very best work.”

Graley started working in 1997 at Hackenbacker Audio Postproduction where he first met Morgan. He worked within the company for 10 years moving from assistant editor to become a recordist and Sound Editor / Designer. He has worked as a Freelance Sound Designer and Sound Effects Editor for the last 13 years working on high profile jobs, across different genres within various companies and studios; notably the Pinewood and Shepperton Group. His credits include Edgar Wright’s Last Night In Soho and Baby Driver as well as the video games Hitman 2 and 3 and the BAFTA winning Ghost Of Tsushima.

New TFS Sound Designer Arthur Graley says: “I started my career at the iconic TFS so I’m really excited to be joining the newly energized TFS family and to play a part in its future growth. Great people, great work.”

Craig Irving Head of TFS Sound says: “The TFS Sound offering and team with the addition of our new TFS Sound Editorial department featuring Dan and Arthur makes us a major player in the UK post industry. Having worked with Dan and Arthur many times over the years I am so pleased they are now fully fledged members of the growing team. We look forward to supporting lots of existing long-standing clients, as well as key new clients, across all their needs from script to screen”.

TFS MD Cara Sheppard adds: “The addition of our TFS Sound Editorial department and bringing Dan on to head it up with Arthur means we have an even richer audio postproduction offering ensuring an unrivaled experience. This news follows nicely from the recent launches of both our TFS Dailies and TFS Picture department. This means we can truly offer a creative campus unlike any other, guaranteeing a full-service end-to-end solution for all our clients across the big screen and small screen”.

Jon Creamer

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