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Bite Me

Mixing, ADR Recording, Sound-Design, Audio-Post Coordination –

Bite Me is a 5-part live-action comedy web-series produced by Machinima and Epic Level Entertainment. The show follows three video-game obsessed nerds over the course of one day – the day that Los Angeles happens to be overrun by zombies. On this project, I handled all aspects of the audio-post chain: from scheduling actors and producers for ADR, to recording (at Soundworks studios in Burbank), from coordinating with video editors and composers (Fall On Your Sword), to creative consulting with the director (Jarrett Lee Conaway), from editing dialogue and sound-designing, to the final mix. And it was a lot of fun. Watch the show and see for yourself. In the year since debuting, the five episodes have collected over 14 million views on YouTube. Thanks to the success of the first run, the show will return in 2012. Check out season one here.

Fallout: New Vegas

– Dialogue Editing, Project Management –

Fallout: New Vegas is a videogame produced by Bethesda Softworks. On this project, I served as supervising dialogue editor. Heading a team of audio editors, I oversaw the process of editing, cleaning (removal of unwanted vocal artifacts), labeling, QC and delivery of tens of thousands of pieces of dialogue recorded for the game.

The Bowler

– Mixing –

The Bowler is a documentary short from director Sean Dunne. The film is a portrait of Rocky Salemmo, real-life bowling hustler and renowned Staten Island motormouth. Since its release, The Bowler has gone on to play in the Silverdocs Documentary Festival, the Independent Film Festival Boston, the Doc NYC Festival, and the Rooftop Films Summer Series, among others.

The Lazy Environmentalist (Season Two Promo)

– Mixing, Sound Design –

Promo spot that I mixed for Season 2 of Sundance’s reality series “The Lazy Environmentalist”.

Be Good Johnny Weir (Season One Promo)

– Mixing, Sound Design –

2010 commercial that I mixed for the premiere of Sundance’s reality series “Be Good Johnny Weir”.