Kissing Candice is the debut feature from Commercials & Music Video Director Aoife McArdle. 17 year old Candice (Ann Skelly) struggles with her emotions and imagination as she falls for a troubled member of a violent gang.
It was fantastic to work with Aoife on this powerful film. Her bold visual style was reinforced with a strong score from Jon Clarke and Sound Design by Anthony Moore. It was great to work with the team from Factory on this film.
It was an absolute pleasure to work on the final mix of The Bromley Boys. This charming comedy follows the adventures of David Roberts (Brenock O’Connor) as he falls in love with a girl and Bromley FC, probably the worst football team in Britain. We had a great time working with Director Steve Kelly along with Producers TJ Herbert and Dean Fisher. The sound was supervised by Mark Verner.
We loved mixing Dolby Presents: Escape. The music was composed and performed by Imogen Heap. It was fantastic to work with her on the mix stage. In a bold move she made every musical element an Atmos Object. The only exceptions were some of the reverbs and delays. It was great to have so much creative freedom without being restricted to conventional channel based stems. Sound Design for the project was created by Nick Ryan.