Sound studio recently became 100% employee-owned
Clearcut Sound, the independent Soho sound studio, today announce that they are joining forces with JW Collective for representation and creative collaboration.
The boutique studio, based on Broadwick Street right in the heart of Soho, creates award-winning sound design. The company recently became 100% employee-owned under the guidance of industry stalwarts Chris Wrigglesworth and James Clark, who are keen to extend their creative sound services to a wider audience of advertising agencies & content production companies.
Under their new joint ownership, the experienced team (Chris Wrigglesworth, James Clark, Ed de Lacy, Lindsay Grant, Charlie Cooper, Lucas Trigg, Christopher Gotch) operates as equals, with a common goal of offering superb creativity and client service. They create and craft sound for ads, content, broadcast trails, radio, VR, cinema, sonic branding and podcasts, taking huge pride in the craftsmanship of the projects they undertake for their loyal client base, including adam&eveDDB, VCCP, CHI & Partners, Ogilvy and FCB Inferno.
Clearcut Sound believe that their unique structure and culture defines them as a more progressive and adaptable breed of studio, who have the ability to be flexible with their time and production budgets.
Chris Wrigglesworth, Managing Director at Clearcut Sound, says: “As Clearcut Sound celebrates its 25th year, we’re looking forward to joining the partners at JW Collective and gaining the benefit of their strong industry network. We believe that our new employee ownership structure gives us the real ability to nurture a culture that fires enthusiasm, inspires innovation & creativity and offers unparalleled personal service.”
JW Collective's Jane White adds: “It’s very exciting to welcome Clearcut Sound to JW Collective. They work with a loyal line-up of high profile agencies and brands but somehow still remain one of Soho’s best kept secrets! I’m looking forward to introducing their craftsmanship to our network partners and more widely within the industry.”