Joe Siddons

Dubbing Mixer Bristol

About Joe

Originally a Shropshire lad, Joe joined Evolutions London in 2007, then moved to the West in 2014 to join Evolutions Bristol. His easy going manner along with his attention to detail and creative flair have made him a very popular Dubbing Mixer.Away from the mixing desk Joe loves spending time with his young family, and a wide variety of Music and Sport.

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


Countryfile – BBC Bristol for BBC1

Italy’s Invisible Cities – BBC History for BBC1

Animals With Cameras – BBC NHU for BBC 1

Nature’s Weirdest Events – BBC NHU for BBC 2

The Crystal Maze – RDF West for C4

Streetmate – Tiger Aspect for C4

Extreme Wives with Kate Humble – BBC Bristol for BBC2

What people say about Joe

“Joe is more than a great dubbing mixer, he’s an integral member of the Countryfile team. He always goes the extra mile to create perfect spot-effects – from the sound of a slo-mo horse’s hoof landing on soft ground to a dragonfly hovering above still water. He builds great evocative soundscapes for what can be some challenging sequences.  He understands the programme and goes out of his way to make sure the audio is the very best it can be. Definitely one of the best!”
Jo Brame, Series Producer, Countryfile

“Thanks to Joe for another great dub. Invisible Cities sounds great. He created a rich soundscape balancing the musical score with the other elements, including really bringing the 3D graphics to life, making it feel like you were with that camera as it dived into all those hidden underground spaces, and zoomed through the tunnels”.

Harvey Lilley, Director, Italy’s Invisible Cities

“I enjoy working with Joe both for his technical ability and his knack for finding inventive subtle ways around any problems. He contributed a great mix for every episode of our Discovery Series, Ed Stafford Into the Unknown, and he just got it from the start”.
Matt Cole – Executive Producer at Keo Films