Soho-based audio post-production house, Tamborine Productions, is proud to announce that Nick Harris, former Senior Sound Engineer, is now the company’s new Managing Director, alongside long-term colleague Roger Kelly, the company’s new Business Director. The Tamborine team will be celebrating its change in ownership with a host of new project commissions this year, including work with Disney, ITV and CBBC.
Taking joint ownership of Tamborine Productions is a natural career progression for Nick Harris, who has been instrumental in growing the company’s impressive roster of clients and industry awards since joining in 2001. Nick has worked with many of the world’s leading award-winning animators and broadcasters, including Disney, BBC, ITV, Spider Eye, CBBC, Darrall Macqueen, Blue Zoo, Coolabi, Hat Trick, Wised Up and many more. Nick and the team have been awarded a Royal Television Society Craft Award for their work on the ITV animated comedy “HeadCases”, and Nick has also worked on various BAFTA nominated productions including the soundtrack composition for the critically acclaimed film AKA.
“Taking joint ownership of Tamborine Productions was an obvious choice for me”. says Nick. “I’ve always been so committed to the company’s growth and development. I want to continue to build on the success of Tamborine, whilst maintaing the friendly, dynamic and personable culture that our clients know and love”.
Nick has teamed up with long-term business colleague Roger Kelly. Roger’s unique combination of creative and business talent makes him the perfect addition to the Tamborine team. His diverse background includes songwriting and performing. He also founded the consulting, engineering, construction, and operations firm ʻCDM UKʼ in 2001, a franchise of a noise and vibration control company in Belgium.
The Tamborine team have acquired an exciting roster of new projects for the Autumn/Winter season. This includes season two of Disney/Spider-Eye’s “Jungle Junction”, Disney/Imira Entertainment’s “Lucky Fred”, Darrall MacQueen/Cbeebies “Magic Baby”, and “Sports Mash”, a spoof of the original ITV World Of Sport show. Post- production for these shows will take place in the newly-refurbished Tamborine studios.