Jules has been working in Film & TV sound post production for close to 20 years, he has experience in mixing all genres, but specialises in high end TV drama and feature films.
Jules Woods has joined Splice as Head of Scripted Sound | Re-Recording Mixer.
Jules has been working in Film & TV sound post production for close to 20 years, he has experience in mixing all genres, but specialises in high end TV drama and feature films. Jules’ credits include ‘Save Me’ for Sky, ‘Adult Material’ for Channel 4, ‘The Split’, ‘The Responder’ and ‘Crossfire’ for the BBC, and has recently completed work on Philip Barantini’s new feature film ‘Accused’(WT) from XYZ Films.
Jules is a member of the Association of Motion Picture Sound (AMPS) and the Cinema Audio Society (CAS) and is also a full voting member of BAFTA.
“From the moment I first met the team at Splice, their passion and creativity shone through and that makes me so thrilled to be joining them. I love creating immersive, dynamic mixes which help to tell the stories and heighten the emotion of the projects I'm lucky enough to work on. I thrive on developing a connection with my clients and collaborating with directors, producers and writers from as early in the filmmaking process as possible. I know Splice will
be the perfect place to hone in my skills”, Jules commented.
Splice’s MD Rich Folley said, “Jules creative talent is second to none and we’re delighted he’s joining us at Splice. His experience and talent will add an enormous amount to our team and our offering to our clients as we continue to push for creative excellence. His reputation within the industry is impeccable, the messages of congratulations to us have been pouring in and I couldn’t agree more with them all as well as feel delighted he’s with us. Jules is more than just a creative talent though, he’s an extraordinary empath and his attitude and his deft touch with both clients and colleagues alike really stand him apart and he adds perfectly to the culture we aspire to here at Splice.’’
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