Redfive is full service Music Supervision agency founded and managed by Rupert Hollier.
Rupert is the Creative Director of Atlantic Screen Music, and supervision agency, Redfive, where is he also co-founder. Ru started his career in music publishing in 1998, initiating the synchronisation departments at both Music Copyright Solutions, and latterly Kingstreet Media. Subsequently, as a
freelance music supervisor, Ru worked on various global advertising campaigns with brands including Marks & Spencer, Nike, as well as the Discovery Channel and National Geographic.
After four years as a freelance music supervisor, in 2009 joined Imagem (now Concord) as Head of Film. 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. During his fiveyear
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. Having also founded and set up Metropolis Music Supervision, in 2016 he won both Best TV Advert and Overall Sync of the Year as
music supervisor at the MusicWeek Sync Awards.
Since co-founding music supervision agency Redfive, Ru's film and TV projects include Golden Globe, BAFTA, and Oscar-nominated projects films such as The Wife, The Trip and McQueen, also including 2021 films such as Worth and Mothering Sunday, where he has both supervised the commercial music and coordinated the scores. 2021/22 credits include the new Roland Emmerich space epic Moonfall, and Number Nine Film's adaptation of the Kazuo Ishiguro novel, Living, starring Bill Nighy.
Ru is co-founder and senior board member of The UK & European Guild of Music Supervisors.
Jumi is a music supervisor at Redfive, joining in 2022. She started her career at creative agency Pitch & Sync, working as a music supervisor across advertising campaigns for brands such as Nike, Zalando and IKEA. She was also instrumental in setting up the DEI initiative ‘Make Noise’ to highlight industry wide inequality, through a series of events and workshops.
She joined Amazon Studios in 2020, helping to set up the Music Team across the UK, Italy, France, Spain and Sweden, working across productions including 'Clarkson’s Farm', 'All Or Nothing: Juventus' and 'Bang Bang Baby'.
Jumi has vast experience in both music creative and clearance, as well as working with production companies to coordinate score recordings. Jumi is on the DEI committee of The UK & European Guild of Music Supervisors.
Jumi is also a freelance journalist, having been featured in The Guardian, VICE and British Vogue amongst others, and being listed as one of MHP’s 30 to Watch in 2020.
Will is a multi-award winning music supervisor with over 15 years experience in the film industry. After starting out in music video and film production at Jonathan Glazer’s company, Academy, he then began a prestigious career in supervision in theatrical marketing in London becoming Europe's foremost trailer music supervisor at Empire Design. Over 10 years, he worked consistently on hundreds of major worldwide trailer campaigns for clients including Warner Bros, Universal and StudioCanal providing original music creative for films such as Prometheus, Paddington and The Lobster. This led to him winning Best Music Supervisor (Film) at the Music Week Sync Awards 2015.
In 2017 Will was offered a position at creative agency Mob Scene in Los Angeles as senior theatrical supervisor working for clients including Sony, Fox and Disney. Will then joined acclaimed film marketing agency GrandSon as Director of music. During his three years he worked on a multitude of prestigious award-winning creative projects, soundtracking campaigns such as Roma, Downton Abbey, Uncut Gems, Euphoria, Moonlight, Atlanta and The Green Knight. In 2021 he won a Golden Trailer award for Best music for Netflix's Ma Rainey's Black Bottom and a Music & Sound Award for Apple+’s Oscar winning CODA as well as three Clio trailer music awards for A24 titles, Uncut Gems, Waves and Zola.
In tandem with trailer supervision, Will was invited by Matthew Vaughn to bring his music creative skills to his breakout 2010 action comedy feature Kick-Ass. This launched Will’s feature supervision career and he continued to supervise further films including Kick-Ass 2 and Adam Randall’s acclaimed indie horror, I See You, which debuted at SXSW 2019.
2022 saw Will return to London joining Redfive as senior music supervisor. He is a member of the European Guild of Music Supervisors and manages alt folk vocal four piece, TRILLS.