Eddy Joseph has been a Supervising Sound Editor for nearly 30 years. He started in the film industry as a Production Runner in 1967 and soon moved into the Editorial department. His first major movie as Supervising Sound Editor was Alan Parker's Shoot the Moon followed by his Pink Floyd The Wall for which he received my first BAFTA award. He has worked with such directing luminaries as Bernardo Bertolucci, Neil Jordan, Louis Malle and Anthony Minghella.
In all Eddy has received 8 BAFTA nominations and two wins. His credits include Pink Floyd The Wall; Angel Heart; Batman; The Commitments; The Crying Game; Damage; Little Buddha; Interview with the Vampire; Michael Collins; Evita; Lost in Space; Enemy at the Gates; Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone; Cold Mountain; United 93; Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace.
He has also have received 16 nominations from the Motion Picture Sound Editors Association (MPSE) and 3 'Conch' nominations and 2 wins.
After 36 years of free-lancing, he was asked to form Soundelux, London, a post-production house in Soho, and act as their Creative Director. Their projects included Troy, King Arthur, Kingdom of Heaven, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Corpse Bride, Breaking and Entering, The No.1 Ladies' Detective Agency and Hellboy 2. The company was dissolved in March 2010 after 7 successful years. Eddy is now a free-lance Sound Consultant.