Clear Cut Pictures strengthens their Audio team with new appointment

10 September 2018

Clear Cut Pictures is delighted to announce that highly experienced Dubbing Mixer Nick Ashe is joining their award winning audio team.

 

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Pictured: Nick Ashe of Clear Cut

 

Nick will be brinigng extensive experience to Clear Cut, with a credit list of top factual programming, high end feature docs and factual entertainment. These include the BAFTA nominated McCullin, the highly acclaimed Project Nim for James Marsh at Passion Pictures, as well as audience favourites such as ‘Stacey Dooley Face to Face with Isis’, ‘MasterChef’, ‘999: What’s Your Emergency’, and ‘Tattoo Fixers’. Additionally, Nick won the Broadcast Young Talent award for Sound in 2014. 

Nick said that: ‘I am delighted to be joining the team at Clear Cut and am looking forward to getting involved in the amazing projects currently in post. Clear Cut Pictures have completed many of the shows I have enjoyed over the last couple of years, I'm excited to be joining such a talented and ambitious team.’

Ben Newth, Head of Audio stated: ‘I can’t wait to welcome Nick to Clear Cut Pictures. He has a vast amount of experience mixing feature docs, factual and fact/ent that will complement our team perfectly’.

Rowan Bray, MD said: ‘Nicks undoubted reputation further grows our creative offering and gives us even more creative scope than we had before for our clients needs.

Some programmes recently post produced at Clear Cut Pictures include:

Angry, White & American (Sugar Films/C4)

The NHS: A People’s History (7 Wonder/ BBCFour)

Phil Spencer’s Stately Homes (Mayfly TV/More4)

Wonderful World of Puppies (Blakeway Productions/C5)

Miriam Margolyes Big American Adventure (Wild Pictures/BBC1)

Being Blacker Feature Doc (Molly Dineen/Cinema and BBC2)

Life and Death Row (BBC Studios/BBC Three)

Louis Theroux: Talking To Anorexia (BBC Documentary Unit/BBC2)

And much more. 

 

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