Andrew Boulton has a distinguished career record as a Production Sound Mixer, starting with the BBC Film Unit in Ealing in 1965 and later working freelance on major Feature Film and Television productions. He has a passion for cinema, demonstrated by his decision to buy, refurbish, and successfully operate a vintage cinema, the Palace Theatre in Long Eaton and then, in 1986, taking on the responsibility for introducing several of the very modern multiplex Showcase Cinemas to the UK. In 1989, he became a media consultant to the PA Consulting Group, a leading international management and IT consulting and technology firm.
In 1994, he made another career move to the National Film and Television School, designing, developing and running industry-renowned courses for Sound for Film and Television. His current role as Head of Sound at the National Film and Television School gives him an outstanding insight into how new entrants to our Industry should be trained.
Andrew has been a Member of the Association since 1998 and has served many years on Council, bringing a calm authority to the position of Chairman which he held for three years from 2004 to 2006. His industry knowledge and his expertise in training have been invaluable to the Association.
For such services he is awarded Fellowship of the Association.
The Council of the Association of Motion Picture Sound
13th February 2011
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