Here’s a new project I worked on recently: The Jam Poster at the Illinois Holocaust Museum. To go along with their Bill Graham exhibit, Ogilvy and Novalia LTD. created a touch-sensitive poster connected to a sample-playback engine. Touching the poster triggers different pre-recorded sound loops. Nylon Studios composed the main musical piece, and I added various lead guitar sounds and feedback as well as consulting with the creative team on concepts and process.
Kudos to everyone involved with this fantastic project!
This year I worked on the “Portraits Completed” campaign for Kiwi, recording and mixing the “audio tour” portion of the exhibit. Today, Adweek recognized the campaign as one of 13 brilliant outdoor ads of 2017.
The festivals continue! MARKET VALUE has been selected to the 9th Annual OUTshine Fort Lauderdale Film Festival, which will be held on October 6-15, 2017.
My recent film project Market Value has also been selected to screen at the 10th Annual Cinema Diverse: The Palm Springs LGBTQ Film Festival, which will be held on September 21-24, 2017. Stay tuned for more details!
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.