People / Front of House

Louise Miller
Facility Manager

Apparently "raised by wolves in the frozen north", Louise initially thought her future was in fashion design. Wrong.

Arriving in London, her career path took a surprise turn that led her into the world of post production.

As a natural bossy boots with excellent organisational skills, she began to excel in office management roles and eventually found her spiritual home here at Factory.

Louise manages our excellent team of runners and works with them to ensure our studios look damn fine.

You can usually find her on the fourth floor. Just follow the laugh.

Harry Boyce
Head Runner

Since learning the bass at the age of 14, Harry has played in numerous bands while developing a keen interest for writing, performance, sound engineering and audio-production. Having secured a Triple Distinction Diploma in Music Technology from Leamington Spa, Harry moved to Leeds where he achieved a First in Music Technology (BSc) from Leeds Metropolitan. Following a talk in his second year from a prolific post-production sound engineer, Harry decided it was the route for him and dedicated his time to developing the required skills.

Harry joined Factory in 2015 as a runner and instantly applied his creative skills as a former sous chef in the Factory kitchen. If you're lucky, you may get to sample one of his legendary culinary creations!

Mike Hitches

After an inspiring University talk from one of Factory's leading sound engineers, Michael decided to channel his energies towards a career in audio post production.

After gaining a BSc in Engineering from the University of Westminster, Michael joined the Factory team as a runner in 2016.

He continues to explore his passion for sound and music through his electronic music compositions, one of which was recently licensed for a short film that was produced here at Factory.

Helen Jones

Throughout her time at University, Helen took it upon herself to garner a wide range of experience across the media and theatre.

After graduating in 2016, she moved from working in live television to take up a role at a small commercial based company.

Soon realising that she really wanted to explore a career in sound and music production, Helen joined Factory's renowed running team in 2017.

Helen is obsessed with music and podcasts. Like properly obsessed.