Emma Butt – Guest Lecture – Feb 22nd, 5pm

Sound Design at Greenwich is delighted to invite Emma Butt (Freelance Dubbing Mixer, Sound Editor/ Designer and ADR recordist) to present a talk on her varied career with insights into various Sound Design practices.
This talk is open to all but is especially relevant for students of Sound Design, Film or Music with an interest in developing their own career in the creative industries.

BOOK A PLACE HERE: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/emma-butt-guest-lecture-tickets-54418693778


With over 10 years experience in post-production sound on a variety of projects from mixing documentaries and entertainment shows, short form commercials, short films and animations to ADR recording for dramas and feature films and sound editing experience on a wide variety of projects.

Her career began at Screen Scene Post Production in Ireland where she spent 9 years. working as an ADR recordist on Game of Thrones, Vikings, Ripper Street and Frank with Lenny Abrahamson to name a few. Twice nominated for an Irish Film and Television Academy award – once for animated series ‘Punky’ and again for the documentary ‘My Fathers War’ – she also received a certificate of merit from the Emmys for her ADR work on Series 5 of Game of Thrones.

In the last 3 years Emma has been working at some well-known London post houses, before deciding to step into the world of freelancing.

A council member of the Association of Motion Picture Sound Engineers and a mentor with the Media Trust on both of their schemes to help young kids get work in the creative industries. She is also a new contributor to the online blog, Pro Tools Expert, which is a well known resource for anyone working in audio across music, post and live sound.

Emma’s ADR credits include:

Dr Who
Game of Thrones
Ripper Street

Mixing and Sound editing credits include:

Swipe Right for Murder
World War 2 Treasure Hunters
MPS: Behind Closed Doors
Britain at War: The imperial War Museum

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