Factory Wins LIA's Music & Sound Company of 2016
This years London International Awards saw Factory named as the Music & Sound Company of the year. The London based sound design studio picked up Gold, Silver and Bronze awards for their outstanding work for Honda and Save The Children.
The LIA awarded work saw Anthony Moore pick up a Gold for Best Sound Design with Honda 'Ignition', Phil Bolland was awarded a Silver for Honda 'Paper' and Jon Clarke received a Bronze for Save The Children’s 'Still The Most Shocking Second A Day'. Anthony Moore and Neil Johnson’s work for Sainsbury’s 'Mog’s Christmas Calamity' also made the jury's final shortlist for outstanding Sound Design.
The 31st annual London International Awards judging week was held in Las Vegas, and saw a jury of renowned industry figures judge the best work from around the world. Factory was awarded Music & Sound Company of the Year based on their trio of LIA award wins, plus their involvement across a host of other LIA award winning projects.
Anthony Moore, Founding Partner & Creative Director at Factory said, "Music & Sound Company of the Year is an amazing accolade to receive from the LIA's. It makes me very proud that our work has been held in such high esteem by the jury and it's testament to all the hard work put in by the whole team at Factory. Thanks to all our friends, collaborators and clients for the amazing sound design briefs. 2016 has been a fantastic journey for us all."
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