People / Producers
Graduating with a degree in Performing Arts, Lisette began her career at Quick On the Draw, where she spent 11 years producing music promos and TV ads.
In 1997, she established the first version of what is now Factory. Twenty years on, and the Factory Family has grown to include partner companies SIREN, TEXTURE and HONEY which provide music composition & supervision, re-records, content production, voice casting and direction across the group.
Ask Lisette what the most rewarding part of her job is and she will tell you with pride that it is nurturing, encouraging and mentoring her talented team.
Lou started her career in sound in 1998 when she joined GCRS as receptionist working her way up to Bookings Manager and Studio Manager, learning everything in sound production there is to know on the way.
She joined Factory in 2007 with a wealth of sound knowledge and now as Head of Production continues to oversee the day to day running of the studios and nurture the team. She has always had a fascination in how music and sound can evoke an emotion and is proud to have audio produced everything from a 5” ident to a full feature film.
Her outside interests include running, dogs, food and everything disco.
Born and raised in North London, Becs joined Factory in 2011 and has quickly worked her way up the ranks to Bookings Manager.
Her hard work and dedication to every project has seen her produce a whole host of iconic and award-winning work, including Honda 'Inner Beauty', Save The Children 'Still The Most Shocking Second a Day' and John Lewis 'Buster The Boxer'.
In her spare time, Becs enjoys travelling and seeing the world. She will never say no to a good cup of tea.
A former dance teacher, choreographer and ad agency face, Lucy is no stranger to the production and advertising world.
Her huge passion for music and the moving image was a perfect fit that saw her join our team as an Audio Producer in 2015. Lucy has gone on to produce a whole host of renowned projects for clients such as Apple, UEFA, Tesco and Gucci.
She's a big time boxing fan, a Beyoncé enthusiast, and a huge lover of Pugs.
Alana moved to London from Falkirk, Scotland, to pursue a career in music and sound. Graduating in 2013 from Newcastle University with BMus Popular & Contemporary music, she has performed in bands and vocal harmony groups on BBC Children In Need and BBC Radio, and with artists such as Tom Jones, Marti Pellow, and Paul Carrack.
Keen to learn the business side of things, Alana is finding her feet within the production team here at Factory.
She is addicted to buying shoes and always appreciates a good meme.