Redfive is full service Music Supervision agency founded and managed by Rupert Hollier and David Fish.
Rupert Hollier - Biography
Rupert Hollier is the Creative Director of Atlantic Screen Music, and supervision agency, Redfive. Ru started life in music Publishing at MCS in 1999, moving on to Kingstreet Media in 2002 where he worked on brands and advertising for clients such as Desmond Childs and Fleetwood Mac. Ru left Kingstreet in 2004 to become a freelance music supervisor, working on many high level advertising campaigns with brands including Marks & Spencer, Nike, as well as the Discovery Channel and National Geographic. In 2009 joined Imagem Music, specialising in film & TV synchronisation. During his time at Imagem, he represented the Rodgers & Hammerstein and Boosey & Hawkes catalogues, as well as numerous artists and bands on the contemporary roster including Daft punk, Mark Ronson, Pink Floyd, Vampire Weekend, Genesis and The Stone Roses. In his five-year tenure, Rupert worked with brands such as Reebok, Skoda, Next, Iceland, Hyundai and Tesco amongst others, and several successful US, UK and European based films. He joined Metropolis Group in 2014 as Creative Director and founded the publishing division (Metropolis Music Publishing) and quickly secured an impressive repertoire of artists, bands and composers, racking up multiple synchronisation placements and campaigns. In 2016 he won both Best TV Advert and Overall Sync of the Year, as music supervisor, at the MusicWeek Sync Awards, and is a co-founder and senior board member of The UK & European Guild of Music Supervisors. Ru has supervised over 60 films and Television series, such as the Oscar nominated and Bafta winning film "The wife" and the Bafta nominated biopic "McQueen",
He has recently produced his first film based on the 50th Anniversary of the release of Sgt.Pepper, and is following that up with the soon to be released western drama, "Dry River".
David Fish - Biography
David is the co-founder of Redfive and a music supervisor for film and TV. Whilst still in his 20’s, David has had a far-reaching and varied career. From touring punk drummer to film composer, his early music business career saw him in artist management, A&R and label roles, working on projects/releases for Roni Size, Public Enemy and George Clinton.
From his move into music supervision, David has over 30 film and TV projects under his belt. His work in advertising covers clients such as Lego, Adidas and Conservation International. Notable film and TV projects include Golden Globe, BAFTA and Oscar-nominated projects, such as The Wife. Recent projects include working alongside Michael Winterbottom on Sony Pictures/Film 4's Greed, and Sky TV’s legendary comedy series, The Trip. In 2020 projects include the new adaptation of the “Long Way’ series, with Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman for Apple TV+, the biopic of David Bowie Stardust for Salon Pictures, the new Jessica Barden dramedy Pink Skies Ahead for Greg Silverman's Stampede Ventures and the new Audrey Hepburn documentary Audrey for Universal Pictures. Other documentary supervised is the history of French Hip-hop Born in New York, Raised In Paris.
David is a member of the UK & European Guild of Music Supervisors.