ABOUT - Philip Moroz | Personal Examplar Projects

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From a musical background, I am a very committed individual who consistently searches to gain more knowledge, abilities and experience in all forms of sound.


Philip's dedication to sound editing and field recording developed from his background in music performance and music recording. A natural transition into sound for film and television began during his time in college. This interest soon became a devotion.

Philip currently works full-time as a Sound Editor at Hackenbacker Audio Post-Production. Soho, London.

Recent work includes 'Killing Eve' (2018) - Sound Assistant, 'Jamestown' Series 3 Episode 4 (2019) - Sound Effects Editor, 'The Death Of Stalin' (2017) - Foley Assistant, 'Thunderbirds Are Go' (2017-2018) - Foley Editor and 'Robozuna' - Foley Editor (Series 1) & Sound Editor (Series 2).

In 2013, Philip co-founded the project 'noisecreations' during his time at university. The project still proves to be rewarding, using his spare time to experiment with sound and to develop a wide range of collections to showcase ideas. www.noisecreations.co.uk

Philip provides the sound for the films made by Joshua Hext - a writer, director, designer and dear friend.

At the beginning of 2016, Philip released a handbook called 'To Become a Sound Designer' that highlights the essential lessons learned when entering into the world of audio post-production, important early career choices to make in sound + tips and advice on how to advance sound skills.

Along with maintaining personal projects such as noisecreations at university, Philip colaborated with West One Entertainment on a number of short films and feature films. Philip also gained a 1st Class Honours degree in 'Sound for Film, Television and Games' at Southampton Solent University.

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