Department of Theatre, Film and Television Lecture
Emma Butt is a Freelance Dubbing Mixer, Sound Editor/ Designer and ADR recordist. She has over 10 years’ experience in post-production sound on a variety of projects from mixing documentaries and entertainment shows, short form commercials, short films and animations to ADR recording for dramas and feature films and sound editing experience on a wide variety of projects.
A wine reception will follow the talk.
Emma started out her career in Screen Scene Post Production in Ireland where she spent 9 years. While there she was lucky enough to work as an ADR recordist on Game of Thrones, Vikings, Ripper Street and Frank with Lenny Abrahamson to name a few.
She was nominated for an IFTA award twice, once for animated series 'Punky' and again for the documentary 'My Fathers War' and she also received a certificate of merit from the Emmys for her ADR work on Series 5 of Game of Thrones.
In the UK she has worked at some well-known London post houses before most recently deciding to step into the world of freelancing.
She is a council member of the Association of Motion Picture Sound Engineers and a mentor with the Media Trust on both their schemes to help young kids get work in the creative industries.
Some of her ADR credits include:
- Game of Thrones
- Ripper Street
Mixing and Sound editing credits include:
- Swipe Right for Murder
- World War 2
- Treasure Hunters
- MPS: Behind Closed Doors
- Britain at War: The imperial War Museum