We did another surreal sound design for the 2011 MLB Extra Innings marketing campaign. We focused on individual moments of the game that make it Americas past time.
A magical live action and water color animation for Ralph Lauren Kids’ multi-media campaign. The soundscape is both subtle and transformative, whisking you away to another place. The Spring and Fall projects were narrated by Uma Thurman and Harry Connick Jr.
We did a series of 5 spots for the VMA’s focusing on artists from pop sensation Justin Bieber to rap superstar Eminem. Each has a distinct visual and aural style, which directly reflects the artist it portrays.
This Ovation TV series focuses on the Locavore movement across cities in the United States, In each new city, we visit farmers, purveyors, and chefs to hear their thoughts and ideas on eating locally and seasonally.
In each city, we taste food from around the world and meet the people who brought their culture and cuisine with them. With only 24 hours in each city, this Cooking Channel show is fast paced and full of adventure.
Giada De Laurentiis’ Food Network cooking show filled with delicious Italian recipes that anyone can master.
We edited and mixed this show for five years, during which the show was awarded an Academy Award for Outstanding Lifestyle Program.
This is the official trailer for the 2011 Brooklyn Film Festival, which was played before each and every screening. It was mixed in both 5.1 and stereo, with a sound design synchronous to the music for added definition and impact.
Sometimes you have to do the wrong thing to make things right. This is the story of troubled young man who finds redemption by helping a young boy. A fun story with a road trip to Texas, and who doesn’t love a road trip?
This film was mixed for Tribeca Film Festival in 5.1 and printmastered by Dolby.
Ashley’s day begins as a disaster but soon turns into an unexpected and unpredictable 24 hours.
This film won several awards throughout the independent film circuit.
This full length feature film was presented by Kodak, Technicolor, & Arri. It premiered at the Kodak Theater in Los Angeles to rave reviews. The mix was done in stereo & printmastered by Dolby. The most challenging part of this film was mixing over 100 cinematographer interviews shot in multiple locations with different production audio teams.