Media Innovation Awards 2012

Media Innovation Awards 2012

On 14 November we won our second Media Innovation Award in a row in the Radio/Audio/Music category.

The awards were presented at a glittering ceremony held at the BBC Studios in Bristol.

We won for the 6.1 surround sound audio mix we created for a film we also created called ‘Ocean Drifters’ narrated by Sir David Attenborough.

“The judges thought that this was an innovative sound design for a 360 vision environment that created a masterful connection between the visuals and sound.”

Special thanks to Nolan Pearce who mixed the audio with Patrick Bishop.

Steve Gray, from London-based digital agency Stickee, who chaired the judging panel said:

“The standard of work being produced in the South West is exceptional and the judges were treated to cutting edge projects produced by world class companies.  The Media Innovation Awards prove that the region is a creative centre of excellence and demonstrate what a breadth of talent there is from Penzance to Poole and from Bristol to Plymouth.”

The climax of the evening saw the presentation of the Outstanding Contribution to Innovation award to Aardman, the digital media and animation company based in Bristol. Aardman were honoured for being at the forefront of creative innovation for several decades and for producing some of the worlds’ most respected and unique work

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