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Production sound recordist and mixer, Ray Beckett, returned to London Film Academy on 30 June 2016 to lead a masterclass for our Filmmaking Diploma students.
Ray was nominated for BAFTA for his work on A Room With a View and received an Academy Award, BAFTA and Cinema Audio Society award for his work on The Hurt Locker.
Working with leading directors such as: James Ivory, Ken Russell, Ralph Fiennes, Ken Loach and Kathryn Bigelow, Ray’s long list of credits includes: Letter to Brezhnev, The Wind That Shakes the Barley, The Hurt Locker and The Two Faces of January.
Throughout his career, Ray has been a keen user of new technologies for on-set sound recording, and was an early adopter of location digital recording in 1983 on the Merchant Ivory film The Bostonians.