Colin Chipchase

Dubbing Mixer

About Colin

After completing an MSc in Sound Design at the University of Edinburgh, Colin headed south and began climbing the ranks of audio post-production. After several years in London he moved west to Bristol, motivated by the city’s reputation for factual and natural history programming. After a short stint as a freelancer he joined Evolutions on a permanent basis in 2019.

Colin prides himself on his can-do attitude, meticulous attention to detail and creative problem solving. He takes a narrative approach to mixing, carefully considering all sonic elements and how they help tell a story. Calm and proactive under pressure, he relishes the chance to collaborate with clients. Regardless of the genre, Colin has a genuine drive to ensure every project sounds as great as it possibly can.

Away from the mixing desk Colin can usually be found running, cycling, or on Saturday afternoons, playing football in Bristol’s famous Down’s League.

To request Colin’s CV, or to check his availability, please email us


Gangs of Lemur Island – True to Nature for Sky Nature

Chasing Ocean Giants – Underdog Films/Plimsoll Productions for Discovery

Ocean Wreck Investigation – Mallinson Sadler Productions for Nat Geo

The Dog House – Five Mile Films for Channel 4

Turkey’s Hidden Gems – Off The Fence for Nat Geo

Countryfile – BBC Bristol for BBC One

Nigel Slater’s Iran – Hungry Gap for BBC Two

Ed Stafford: Left for Dead – Betty TV for Discovery

Victoria’s Palaces – Academy 7 for ITV

Gardeners’ World – BBC Bristol for BBC Two

What people say about Colin

“Colin is thoughtful, diligent and imaginative with his work, he is also quick and efficient. Each episode of Countryfile presents its own set of challenges and I am yet to see Colin phased in any way, in fact he always seems to enjoy the challenge and his work certainly enhances the show. Above all though and perhaps most importantly he is an absolute pleasure to work and spend time locked in the dub with!”

Alex Baxter, Producer, Countryfile