Pip Norton started her mixing career at the BBC, mixing such classics as Blue Peter, Casualty and Songs of Praise. She left to join George Martin’s Air Studios, where she continued mixing many series for BBC including Silent Witness and Desperate Romantics. While she was at Air she won the Best Dubbing Mixer Conch and started mixing for film as well as television.
In 2009 she left Air to become freelance. Since then her career has further widened to encompass, drama features from the award winning I am Nasrine to Status Quo’s Bula Quo, feature documentaries by Jeanie Finlay and Liz Mermin, various TV both drama and documentary and finally ADR for many of Tim Burton’s films.
2015 will see the release of Assasin, a new Danny Dyer film, a new video installation for the Ludwig Museum both mixed by Pip and Tim Burton’s Big Eyes and Kenneth Branagh’s Cinderella, both with ADR mixed by Pip.