Lewis is a freelance Sound Designer based in Edinburgh. He did his Btec and HND for Music Technology & Sound Engineering at Confetti Institute of Creative Technologies, and studied Sound Design for Visual Media at Vancouver Film School, and at the International School of Wildlife Film Making. Currently he is honing his craft at the University of Edinburgh, where he is studying for a Master of Science in Sound Design. He has recently won the Royal Television Society Award for best sound for the documentary film Dipper From The Water of Leith.
Name: Lewis Jones
Lives in: Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Company: Red Eye Sound Design
Occupation: Actor, Boom Operator, Crew, Field Recordist, Filmmaker, Foley Artist, Post-Production Coordinator, Post-Production Supervisor, Sound Designer, Sound Editor and Sound Mixer
Film (short) by Veronika Koubova (Adventure, Drama, Fantasy, Animation and 1 More) ADR Recordist / Foley Artist / Recordist Vicky is a small child who is physically and mentally abused by her parents. She ends up running away with her imaginary friend Dali to an imaginary world, where she feels safe and finds happiness.
Film (Comedy, Drama and Short) Field Recordist / Foley Recordist Meaningless examines the seemingly random connections through a group of individuals and how their separate lives and the mundane choices they make throughout them can make a significant impact on the lives of a complete stranger, and raises the question of whether the unfortunate happenstances of our day to day lives are the result of random chance at the will of others, or whether it is fate that plays the main role.
Dipper from the Water of Leith
Film (short) by Krzysztof Kubik Sound Recordist The film tells the story of white-throated dipper, whose survival is written to the ever-changing seasons. Our hero, whose natural habitat is the forest and river, shares his space with other species of birds such as: robin, blackbird or kingfisher. Among the murmur of the river, dipper, like his neighbors, indulges in the rhythms of his nature, seeking partners, building nests and foraging. All of these activities take place in the beautiful natural setting. But the domain wildlife is not only peace, but also a danger, lurking near the river. Images are adjusted to the rhythm of the seasons, autumn leaves fall, and river freezes, and then comes the thaw. Among these changing conditions of life, dipper, like his neighbors ombudsmen, remains vigilant ... but is it always?
That Lizard Laden Death Feel
Film (short) by Tom Shennan Production Sound Mixer David is an academic, struggling with his books and papers at home. Genevieve brings a gift back from work, an ornamental bowl, and places it upside-down on the table. David becomes convinced that something is under it and unwillingly takes it upon himself to confront it. He begins to question how far sensible rationality goes against a deathly anxiety – can you really talk yourself out of being scared? What, if anything, is under the bowl?
Cupid Wears a Balaclava
Film (short) by Paul Maynard Josh is a simple lad and the weekend usually brings just one need, the need for cider and lasagna but this weekend love is a surprising addition to the menu. An armed robbery kicks off at the local Budgens and Josh is taken hostage along with a female shopper, but the hopeless romantic in Josh combined with his dormant sex life allows him to see this as simply an opportunity to be the hero.
Royal Television Society for Best Sound for 'Dipper From The Water Of Leith'
The University of Edinburgh
International School of Wildlife Film Making
Vancouver film school
Confetti Institute of Creative Technologies