An international creative talent and media production company has joined forces with a recording studio in Bury St Edmunds.
Richard Clarke from The Shrubbery Recording Studio has joined Post-Electronic Developments.
The firm was founded two years ago by Paris based musican Olaf Hund and Jo Gunton whose career includes working on music for an on-line advertising campaign.
Since then it has also welcomed on board London film maker Alessandro Principe who has worked with fashion brands Dolce & Gabbana and Prada.
Mr Gunton, who lives in Bury, said: “Bury is the epicentre of a considerable pool of artistic and commercial talent, and we hope to be able to bring that talent the services, support, and development that it deserves.”
It is already working with Pale Fires, a band who headlined the Bury Fringe Festival earlier this month, and will offer media production and post production services. Visit www.postelectronic.co.uk