LONDON — Molinare (molinare.co.uk) has added four new recruits to its ever expanding Foley department: Jemma Riley-Tolch, Zoe Freed, Rebecca Heathcote and Adam Oakley. All four bring a wealth of expertise and world-renowned credits.
Riley-Tolch, Freed and Heathcote recently completed work alongside Molinare’s post production teams for Foley design on Philippa Lowthorpe’s film Misbehaviour.
Riley–Tolch was formerly head of recording at Pinewood studios and joins the company as head of Foley. She won a CAS award in 2018 for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Motion Picture for her work on Bohemian Rhapsody.
Heathcote comes onboard as a Foley artist. She starting off as an assistant director in the film & TV industry on productions like Downton Abbey and quickly found her passion for Foley. She thrived at Pinewood Studios as a Foley artist and has credits that include Emma, Klaus, Yesterday, Hellboy and Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle, as well as numerous gaming credits.
A Foley artist, Freed brings her expertise and extensive experience from Pinewood as Molinare’s Soho studio expands their recording spaces. Her credits include Baby Driver, The Gentleman, Rocketman, Klaus, Yesterday and Aladdin and well as numerous games.
And Okaley joins Molinare as a senior sound editor, coming from a freelancing background. He strengthened and developed his career with Pinewood, and has credits that include The Old Guard, Emma, Klaus, Embattled and The Durrells, as well as work on gaming titles.
“Molinare are very lucky to have convinced Jemma, Zoe, Rebecca and Adam to join us,” states James Doyle, head of audio facilities. “They have built an excellent reputation at Pinewood over the last five years that has been recognised in the industry through the variety of first class projects they have worked on from feature film, to TV, to triple A game titles. Awards have rightly followed and they have a global reputation to match. The team have done so much to showcase the art and craft of Foley through their enthusiasm and love for creating worlds of wonderful sound to which clients of Molinare will now benefit from.”