Amy Barber and Jonathan Bruce work as Foley mixers, editors and artists in Auckland and you'll have seen (or more likely heard) their work on Taika Waititi's recent film The Hunt For the Wilderpeople and also on TV shows like Ash vs Evil Dead, Spartacus and Shameless. They take us behind the scenes to show us how good Foley is made at their studios, Bespoke Post in Ellerslie in Auckland.
Foley is the art of recreating sounds that then get added back into films or TV shows or video games to make them sound better.
These aren't just everyday sounds either; feet crunching through snow, horses hooves, crackling fires, or the sound of a key turning in a lock. No, the accomplished Foley artist has to rise to any challenge and find the perfect noise to accompany even the most obscure act; from an enthusiastic disembowelling (spoiler: dampened chamois leather) to gun noises to something called an 'alien pod embryo expulsion' (which can be accomplished with canned dog food, apparently!).