I’m thrilled to be working once again with the lovely folks at Chicago’s Wildclaw Theatre on their annual “Deathscribe” event. I’ll be co-music directing the show with Paul Foster.
The Ninth Annual International Festival of Radio Horror Plays will take place on Monday, December 5th, at 8:00pm. This collection of bone-chilling audio nightmares will be performed live at Deathscribe’s NEW VENUE, Lincoln Hall, 2424 N. Lincoln Ave, Chicago. A new ticket structure will also be in place for this year’s Deathscribe with admission at $35 for lower level seating, $30 for upper level seating and $25 for standing room only so be sure to purchase your ticket EARLY to reserve a seat!
This month I’m working on post-production sound for Wendell Etherly’s feature-length drama Market Value. I’m working with a fantastic crew on this picture. For Foley I’m joined by Steve Baldwin and Ele Matelan, who have performed Foley for the last several films I’ve worked on. Additionally, the immensely talented Shannon Nicole Hill has come on board to direct Time Loop Chicago*, my loop group ensemble. I had a great opportunity to make recordings of two of the main picture cars in the film, courtesy of lead actor/executive producer Chandra Michaels. We’re about half-way done with post sound and hope to mix in about three weeks.
*Time Loop Chicago is (this time):
Awhile ago I did postproduction sound for a short film called Fate Accompli, directed by Eric Neal and featuring the fantastic Walt Sloan and Erin Breen. It went through the festival circuit (Best Thriller Short, Illinois International Film Festival 2014) and is now viewable on Youtube. You can also see it on my Videos page. Please watch, enjoy and leave a comment!
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!
I recently designed and mixed two short films for Sigsaly Entertainment as part of their Indiegogo campaign for the feature film “Angle of Incidence.” The second short, Portunus, is now online!
Give it a watch, check out the Indiegogo page, and chip in if you’re so inspired.
The director and producers of “Limerence” sat down with me and composers Alexa Borden and Connor Cook of Lexacon Music to talk about the sound design and music of the short film “Limerence.” The three of us worked on the trailer for the film, and should be working on the final film if fundraising is successful.
Here’s the result:
The Kickstarter for “Limerence” runs until March 2, 2016. Please give it a look, and contribute if you are moved to do so!
And here it is, the fundraising campaign for “Angle of Incidence.” The feature-length science fiction film is set in the same universe as “The Judas Run” and the upcoming short “Portunus,” and continues the story of a mysterious device and the various government and underworld factions who are in pursuit of it.
I have had a great time working on the prequels and look forward to doing the sound for the main film. It should be tons of fun.
Please check out the Indiegogo campaign, and kick in if you’re so moved. Thanks!