Bleat crews up as work increases

George Elliott joins Bleat in the role of mix technician as work ramps at the new boutique East London post facility. His arrival follows that of David Turner who recently joined as Commercial Director. Both leave roles at Halo and bring with them a wealth of film and HETV experience.

Since opening their doors last October, Bleat has been getting progressively busier. The impressive boutique east London post facility has been attracting a lot of attention among both filmmakers and the post community alike. New Commercial Director, David Turner, puts this down to the sheer quality of the installation and Bleat’s clear passion for looking after its film, documentaries and HETV clients. “Since I joined last month, it’s been back-to-back sound mixes, ADR/crowd record sessions and picture finishing. We seem to be causing quite a stir, and are receiving some amazing feedback about the facilities and our attentive approach to client care. Bleat offers filmmakers a warm, secure and creatively conducive environment – a refreshing alternative to Soho.”

David joins Bleat having spent 12 years at Halo leading its film and drama department, and brings with him a huge wealth of industry experience.

Last month also saw the arrival of George Elliott as Mix Technician. George has previously supported mixes for The Swimmers, The Wonder and the Wes Anderson’s forthcoming Asteroid City.

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