Factory Named LIA Global Music & Sound Company of 2017
Factory, the London based sound design and recording studio, has been named the Global Music & Sound Company of 2017 at this years London International Awards. It is the second consecutive year that Factory has been awarded this accolade, which recognises the breadth of their sound design work for clients in the UK, the US and beyond. In conjunction with this, the LIA also named them as their inaugural European Music & Sound Company of 2017, whilst also recognising specific Factory work for BWin, UEFA and Honda.
The 32nd annual London International Awards judging week was held in Las Vegas and saw renowned jurors from across the industry, including Factory’s own Anthony Moore, judge outstanding work from around the globe. In the Music & Sound category, Phil Bolland and Jon Clarke picked up Best Sound Editing Bronze awards for their work on BWin ‘The Race’ and UEFA ‘Come Play’ respectively.Anthony Moore, Neil Johnson and Jack Hallett’s work for Honda ‘Up' also made the jury's final shortlist for outstanding Sound Design.
Coupled with these wins, Factory’s involvement in providing sound design across a host of award winning LIA work saw them achieve the honour of both Global and European Music & Sound Company of the Year.
Anthony Moore, Founding Partner & Creative Director at Factory said, "We are unbelievably proud to be named LIA Global Music and Sound Company of the Year for the second year running. It's a massive honour to be involved with so many high calibre creative projects over the past twelve months. A big thank you must go to all our friends and clients who allow us the opportunity to bring our skills and passion to their amazing projects."