This weekend I will be at the Hear Now Festival in Kansas City, MO with my friends in Chicago’s Wildclaw Theatre company. I’ll be backing up Foley designer Ele Matelan at the foley table as we present the award-winning short audio drama “Skinny” at the festival’s AUDIO Tonight event on Saturday.
Also at the festival, Wildclaw will be presenting my brother Tim’s short audio drama “Imaginary Fiend,” as recorded at Deathscribe 2015.
Be there or be absent!
Congratulations to the cast and crew of Limerence, whose Kickstarter campaign ended successfully on March 4. I’m looking forward to working on the post sound for this excellent short film!
Glass City Films have launched a Kickstarter campaign for their new short film project, Limerence. I did sound design for their teaser trailer, and will likely be working on postproduction sound for the film when it’s funded.
A few months ago I did some sound design, dialog editing and mixing for a concept trailer for Wendell Etherly’s film “Market Value.”
The agency I work for, Ogilvy & Mather Chicago, recently produced three :15 Instagram videos summarizing 3 novels by Ernest Hemingway. The videos were produced in conjunction with the Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park, IL.
For this project, I recorded many of the voices. Sound design and mix were done by David Axelbaum of Airstream media.
You can read about it and watch the videos in this article on AdWeek.com.
A few weeks ago I did a sound design and temp mix for “Out of Sight,” a short film by Rujanee Mahakanjana. The production company, Nebula Creatives, has put up a teaser for the film. I hope to be working on a final mix soon.
I do dialog recording, sound design and mixing for a series of educational videos by Getting To Know. These short cartoons tell about the lives of U.S. Presidents and some of the world’s greatest artists. Until now, they’ve only been available on VHS and DVD. Now they’re available as streaming video from vimeo.com.
Teachers and parents can now access these fun videos from Getting to Know’s Vimeo page.
- Leonardo da Vinci
- Vincent Van Gogh
- Andy Warhol
- Mary Cassatt
- Faith Ringgold
- Edgar Degas
- Claude Monet
- George Washington
- John Adams
- Thomas Jefferson
- Abraham Lincoln