Posts tagged “sound design

Market Value at OUTshine in Fort Lauderdale!

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.


Market Value at Cinema Diverse film festival!

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!

 


Market Value at Reeling Film fest!

A feature film I’ve been working on, Market Value, has been selected to screen at the 35th Annual Reeling: The Chicago LGBTQ+ International Film Festival, which will be held on September 21-28, 2017. Stay tuned for more details!

 


HEAR Now pics

I did post a few pictures from HEAR Now this past weekend to my Instagram and Twitter, but most of them went to Wildclaw Theatre’s Instagram. You can see them here!

I’ll link to show audio as soon as it’s mixed.

 

 

Wildclaw’s Artist trophy.

Foley table setup for “Skinny.”

Team Snax, Wildclaw’s Kansas City gang.

 


HEAR Now Festival, Kansas City

 

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! 


The Bulletproof Poster

I recently completed the sound design for this short video for Americans for Responsible Solutions, a nonprofit founded by former House representative Gabrielle Giffords and her husband, astronaut Mark Kelly, in the wake of 2012’s Sandy Hook shooting. The spot was conceived and realized by my fantastic co-workers at Ogilvy & Mather Chicago.

This Adweek article talks about the video in detail.

 

 


Mrs. Meyers talks about Perfection

I recently created the sound design for this piece featuring the real-life Mrs. Meyers. The feel of the piece was to be intentionally somewhat scrappy, so backgrounds were played loud, as if the sounds were captured in-camera. But they were all created in the studio!