Producer Deborah Whitfield Joins Final Cut
Offline editing company Final Cut continues to develop its post offering with the hiring of Producer Deborah Whitfield. Deborah will be managing the company's rapidly expanding audio department, led creatively by Senior Sound Designer Patch Rowland.
Deborah joins Final Cut from audio post facility, Soho Square Studios, where she primarily worked for the advertising industry on TV and radio commercials. Additionally, Deborah’s time there included work on a vast range of features, including ‘Amy’, ‘The Wind Rises’ and ‘Postman Pat the Movie’. Prior to her audio career, Deborah worked for DDB London (now adam&eveDDB) and corporate communications agency, Open Road.
Final Cut Managing Director David Webb said: "With the addition of our audio department last year, we committed to creating the most efficient and integrated workflow for our clients. Now with a forward-thinking strategist like Deborah at the helm, we can continue advancing our full service experience even further.”
Deborah adds: “In such a short time, the team behind Final Cut Audio has done an incredible job creating audio services that rival the quality and expertise clients have come to expect from Final Cut’s editorial offerings. I am looking forward to continuing to innovate within such an established company.”
Final Cut's Dolby Licensed audio suite offers a fully integrated recording, editing, mixing, 7.1 surround sound monitoring and video playback solution. As an arm of Final Cut Editorial, Final Cut Audio offers clients the chance to begin the creative sound process at the early stage, resulting in greater flexibility in the creative and production process.