Kim Tae Hak
Kim is a South Korean born Sound Designer based in London, he joined Molinare in 2010 and is a Junior Dubbing Mixer / Sound Designer. Kim's specialty covers broadly from track-lay, sound design, Voice Over recording and mixing. He has also worked on some high-end feature documentaries such as Captive and Three Identical Strangers, and was also nominated as a Best Sound Editor at MPSE for feature doc film Captive in 2017.
Whilst he enjoys fulfilling his multiple duties in his audio factual team and has specialised with his talent as a Sound FX Editor, he is also pursuing his goal to become a dubbing mixer, and has recently started to work as a mixer for some TV Factual programs such as Monster Carp (ITV), Fishing All Stars (ITV) and amongst other short films for digital platforms.
RTS Awards 2018: Best Sound - Entertainment & Non-Drama for Retreat: Meditations from a Monastery
MPSE 2019 'Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing - Feature Documentary' for Three Identical Strangers (Nominated)
MPSE 2017 'Best Sound Editing - Sound Effects, Foley, Dialogue and ADR in Short Form Documentary in Television' for Captive (Nominated)