The Farm has expanded its production team with three hires as it prepares to move into a new 33,000 sq ft facility on Newman Street early next year.

Richard Folley, Lauren Ellis-Jones and Adam Carnegie have all been recruited as post producers.

Folley has returned to the post production company after a year at Sky where he supervised and developed entertainment post production and oversaw projects including Duck Echoes Don’t Quack, Landscape Artist of the Year and A League of Their Own.

Carnegie has also re-joined The Farm having spent time as a post producer at Smoke and Mirrors, where he worked on commercials for clients including Dettol, Finish and Durex.

Ellis-Jones joins The Farm from Halo Post where she post produced programmes such as Sky’s David Attenborough’s Conquest of The Skies and Operation Cloud Lab: Secrets of the Skies and Tom Kerridge: Proper Pub Food, both for the BBC.

The trio will work across The Farm’s light entertainment, specialist factual and factual entertainment output.

The Farm’s new premises on Newman Street will house 60 cutting rooms, 15 finishing suites, three grading rooms, four large drama-focused audio studios and subsidiary audio rooms.