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Apparently "raised by wolves in the frozen north", Louise initially thought her future was in fashion design. Wrong.
Arriving in London, her career path took a surprise turn that led her into the world of post production.
As a natural bossy boots with excellent organisational skills, she began to excel in office management roles and eventually found her spiritual home here at Factory.
Louise manages our excellent team of runners and works with them to ensure our studios look damn fine.
You can usually find her on the fourth floor. Just follow the laugh.
Having graduated from the University of the West of England in 2015 with a degree in Film Studies, Holly spent her next two years exploring the Southern Hemisphere.
Traveling to Australia, New Zealand, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia and Laos, she gained a wealth of cultural experiences and even did a stint on a potato farm!
Since returning to the UK, Holly knew that London was the place for her and, with her background in hospitality and passion for film, she felt that Factory would be the best place to begin her career in post-production.
When Holly is not working she enjoys films, food and festivals.
George has always been enthusiastic about music. Having achieved a 1st class degree in Creative Music Technology from the University of Hull, he knew that his passion lay with Audio Post-Production.
It was during his degree that he was first introduced to creating, recording and mixing music; confirming his passion of all things audio.
After completing his studies and moving back to his hometown of Belfast, George felt that London would be the best place to begin his career and joined Factory as a member of the running team.
George can often be found making weird and wonderful sounds with synths, playing frisbee and attending lots of gigs.
He is most proud of his extensive jumper collection.
Massive enthusiast of the pairing of music in media and a solo wedding pianist, Ethan born and raised in Essex found his way to Factory pursuing a career in Music Supervision.
Ethan attended the School of Music Business in 2018 to grasp a better understanding of how the Music Supervison , Publishing and Marketing Sectors of the music business work.
He loves all things from the 80s, Corduroy Jackets and Jamie Cullum.