“Delicate, subtle touchand a bold, sweepingcinematic style.”


JAMES MARSH

Director, Man on Wire

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MAN ON WIRE


Director: James Marsh Writer: Philippe Petit

“The screening of Man On Wire, the story of Philippe Petit, the high-wire artist who walked a tightrope between the Twin Towers in 1974 was packed out. With perfect sound, on a large screen, Petit’s bizarre obsession with the towers is touchingly reconstructed …”

– Nick Fraser as reported in The Guardian
Series Editor Storyville
BBC

"I worked with George on my very first feature doc, Man on Wire, and since then on most of the feature docs I’ve been involved in, from Project Nim to My Scientology Movie. In that time he’s carved out a unique, and well earned, place for himself in the UK as the go-to feature doc re-recording mixer. The care, rigour and creativity with which he and his team have approached all these projects is in abundant evidence in the films themselves - and his work has elevated them hugely."


SIMON CHINN

Double Oscar winning British film producer, Founder of Red Box films and co-founder of Lightbox.

“This film - more than any other - has had a major impact on my career. It’s still referenced by film makers and appears in many ‘Best of’ lists.I’ve had the pleasure of talking about the soundscape of this iconic film to directors, producers, sound designers and students.”


GEORGE FOULGHAM

Re-recording Mixer

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THE WHITE HELMETS


Director: Orlando von Eisendel

The White Helmets received an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short Subject 2017 and is the first Oscar won by a Netflix Original. As daily airstrikes pound civilian targets in Syria, a group of indomitable first responders risk their lives to rescue victims from the rubble.

George is hands down one of the best in the business. Working with him is a creative joy and I always feel like I am in very safe hands. The White Helmets was a challenging mix due to the combination of multiple recording formats and sound qualities. George pulled everything together to create a beautifully textured soundscape that was cinematic and yet remained true to the realities on the ground in Syria and Turkey.


Orlando von Einsiedel

Grain Media Founder

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CITIZEN K


Director: Alex Gibney

The strange case of Mikhail Khodorkovsky, once believed to be the wealthiest man in Russia, who rocketed to prosperity and prominence in the 1990s, served a decade in prison, and became an unlikely martyr for the anti-Putin movement.

"Working with Alex Gibney was an absolute pleasure. Alex had a crystal-clear idea of the message he wanted to convey, and this enabled a working relationship that was both focused yet creative, and allowed us to craft a soundscape which, I believe, reflected his vision."


George Foulgham

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SHOW ME THE PICTURE: THE STORY OF JIM MARSHALL


Director: Alfred George Bailey

Photographer Jim Marshall captures the heights of the Rock and Roll music era, from the Beatles and Jimi Hendrix, to the civil rights movements and some of the most iconic moments of the 60’s.

“Collaborating with George was an absolute joy and a learning experience. His technical skill and years of seasoned knowledge brought to life the documentary feature I directed – the 2020 Grierson award winning film Show Me The Picture: The Story Of Jim Marshall.I look forward to when we get to work on another project together, George is an exceptional Sound Design & Mixer.”


ALFRED GEORGE BAILEY

Director, Show Me The Picture: The Story of Jim Marshall

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30 FOR 30:THE LIFE & TRIALS OF OSCAR PISTORIUS


ESPN / BBC

"I felt privileged and relieved when George confirmed his availability to 'supervise the sound' on my recent ESPN project 'The Life & Trials of Oscar Pistorius'. The production faced many challenges in final post, and in audio it was a combination of the sheer volume of work (it was a little under six hours long), the timeframe (delivery was brought forward six weeks by the channel who wanted to air way sooner than initially planned) and the complexity of the story (both narratively and in the challenge of archive across 60 years of history). This was a film that required a rollercoaster of emotions, and the journey needed to feel just right at all times - this could be raw, reserved, celebratory or tragically sad - sometimes multiples of those across scenes. George was masterful in delivering this, ably assisted by the brilliant Tom Verstappen. I particularly admired the way both George and Tom immersed themselves deep into the emotion of the story, they truly embraced it - there were many tears along the way - but at the end we have a production of which we are all truly proud"Daniel Gordon | Director

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