Paul Wilson | Re-recording mixer

Paul holds BA Honours in Music from Christ Church University Canterbury. He is Scotland’s leading broadcast television, film and radio post production specialist, creating and designing sound content for all the major international broadcasters (BBC, Sky, Discovery, etc.), gaming, web and installations. He created the world’s first ambisonic radio drama transmitted by the BBC in 2014 and is responsible for the audio content in all of Scotland’s major historical interpretive centres.

He is a prolific composer having achieved over 300 solo broadcast titles. He studied Electronic Music under Daphne Oram (Founder of BBC Radiophonic workshop 1942) and studied Flute to post graduate level under Trevor Wye at Royal Academy of Music, London. He is a taught masters lecturer in Sound for the Moving Image at The Glasgow School of Art and has been nominated for, and won, numerous media awards.


“It was fantastic working with the extraordinarily enthusiastic, creative and committed Students from the MDes Sound for the Moving Image Course (2017) at The Glasgow School of Art, who delivered really superb Foley, Sound design and Dialogue editing. The Scottish Film Industry should be proud of their efforts. It was a joy to work on TAM – utterly thrilling in its concept and delivery with exemplary performance, stunning graphics, VisFX, design, make up, costumery, editing and not to mention brilliant narration. A rare opportunity to work with some of the best talent I’ve ever encountered – Really Top Drawer.”