Craig Irving


Craig Irving

Craig began his mixing career with BBC TV, working on a wide range of  programmes including The Tenant of Wildfell Hall’ and Silent Witness’, and in 1995 he won a BAFTA award for sound for the TV movie Loved Up, directed by Peter Cattaneo.

In more recent years, Craig has had the opportunity to collaborate with personal heroes such as Richard Attenborough, John Landis and Terry Gilliam, and is looking forward to challenge of fully exploring the possibilities offered by Dolby Atmos and 3D sound.

Craig is lucky to live ridiculously close to the studio, and now commutes on a scooter, much to the embarrassment of his children, Amy and James. When not in the theatre, he likes to do anything to avoid doing any gardening at home, and tinkering with anything electrical containing valves.



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