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Supervising sound editors Tony Gibson and Filipa Principe join Harbor

Apr 26, 2024

Post-production studio Harbor welcomed award-winning supervising sound editors Tony Gibson and Filipa Principe to their artist roster.

The appointment was confirmed by Thom Berryman, UK operations director at Harbor. Based in Harbor’s London studio, Gibson and Principe are available to work globally through Harbor’s studio network across London, New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles.

Gibson’s distinguished career boasts collaborations with directors such as Tom Shankland, Toby Macdonald, Jennifer Sheridan, Jim Field Smith, Emma Sullivan, Brian Kelly, Rebecca Asher, and Dan Mazer. Recent noteworthy credits include BBC/Epix’s Rogue Heroes, Channel 4’s Big Mood, Showtime’s Patrick Melrose, Amazon’s The Rig, Channel 4’s Misfits, Hulu’s Extraordinary, and Channel 4’s Alice & Jack.

Gibson’s work has garnered recognition from BAFTA, MPSE Golden Reel awards, RTS, AMPS, and The Music and Sound Awards totalling 7 wins and 9 nominations across 7 titles including Rogue Heroes, Patrick Melrose, and Misfits. Prior to joining Harbor, Gibson held supervisor positions.

Principe’s recent portfolio boasts an impressive array of projects, including Netflix’s Heartstopper S2, HBO’s Rain Dogs, Channel 4’s 61st Street, Peacock’s The Capture, BBC’s The Watch, and Amazon’s Truth Seeker’s. Principe’s work on Amazon’s Truth Seekers earned her an award for “Best Sound Design” at the Music & Sound Awards.

Principe’s work has established long standing relationships with directors throughout her career including Edward Berger, Craig Viveiros, Euros Lyn, Duncan Jones, Ben Chanan, Hong Khaou, Richard Laxton, Dan Zeff, Philippa Langdale, and John Alexander. Prior to joining Harbor, Gibson held a tenured supervising sound editor position.

Harbor’s 3-story studios located in the Farringdon Turnmills building boasts one theatrical Atmos theatre, two Atmos Home Entertainment suites and two ADR recording studios. Additionally, facility offers two theatrical grading rooms, three 4K HDR suites, three online and fifteen cutting rooms.

Thom Berryman, operations director of Harbor’s UK studios commented:

“We are thrilled to welcome Filipa and Tony to Harbor. Their exceptional work reflects a commitment to pushing the boundaries of creative storytelling through sound. Their longstanding relationships within the industry are set to enhance Harbor’s filmmaking community in London, as the studio continues to expand.”


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