De Lane Lea sound designer and re-recording mixer Adrian Rhodes has left the company in order to join Soho rivals Goldcrest.
Rhodes, who has a CV that includes both TV and film credits, had worked at De Lane Lea for 13 years.
He said: “I am really excited to be joining Goldcrest at a time when they are expanding their services to include both sound and picture editing, and successfully making in-roads into the broadcast sector. There is a buzz here that I have not felt for a very long time.”
Rhodes’ film credits include Chicken Run, High Fidelity, The Borrowers, Tomorrow Never Dies, Wallace and Gromit: A Matter of Loaf & Death
His TV works covers both drama, such as Gunpowder, Treason and Plot and The Lost Prince, and documentaries like Pole To Pole.
Rhodes has won several AMPAS Golden Reel awards, an RTS Award for A Close Shave and was a BAFTA nominee for his work on The Full Monty (pictured).
Before joining De Lane Lea he worked at Ladroke Films.