Technical & artistic quality is achieved by honing your craft, expanding your knowledge, and mastering the new technology while also applying the old tried & true methods learned through experience. I bring the state of the art equipment & best production practices from my current work in the field each day, to my classes. My class is a mix of technical theory, with hands on use of the current professional sound equipment used in the industry. This helps prepare the students for an easier transition into the professional world of Motion Picture & Television Sound.
BFA, New York Institute of Technology
Polyester; Men of Respect; Tiger Warsaw; An Unremarkable Life; Sweet Nothing; The House on Sorority Row; Model Behavior; Sudden Death; Tenement: Game of Survival; Diary of a Hitman; Maniac Cop; The Phantom of the Opera; The Oracle; Doom Asylum; The In Crowd; Luther the Geek; Metamorphosis: The Alien Factor; Simple Justice; Maniac Cop 2; Once Again; Kundun; The Corruptor; Two Girls and a Guy; Guns of Dragon; Rock and the Alien; Dream House; Balto; Taking Manhattan; Sam
Barbara Walters; Entertainment Tonight; Omg! Insider; Rachael Ray; Dr. Phil; Top of the Pops; Fringe; Mercy; Project Runway; The Doctors; Unique Sweets; Find Our Missing; The Street; The Travel Detective; Greatest Sports Legends; NFL Films; NBA Films; Frontline: 88 Seconds in Greensboro; When Vacations Attack; Bad Dog! American Playhouse; ABC Afterschool Specials; Assignment Discovery; American Justice; Everyday Things; TV One on One; Spin City; So You Want to Be an Actor;
The Story of English; Great Performances; Richard Wright: Black Boy; The World of Maurice Sendak; Stolen Moments: Red Hot+Cool American Masters; Violated; The Hollow Boy; Don Kirshner’s Rock Concert
Sound Production I & II