Category Archives: Sound recordist
On location for a little spot for Ebay, These cushions turn into a snake and fight a boy. yep!!
Very happy to have two films in MIFF this year that Dead on Sound were in involved with. “Sweat” in the Australian shorts and “The disappearance of Willie Bingham” in the WTF shorts http://miff.com.au/program/film/7600 http://miff.com.au/…/fi…/the-disappearance-of-willie-bingham. Well done to all involved!
I finally get to show of this magic offering from Oh Yeah Wow and The Connected Series for Samsung. Defiantly one of our favourite films to have worked on from start to finish, a joy to design, edit and mix (as well … Continue reading
I recently recorded, sound designed, composed and mixed a short promo for the new “Beating the Drum” Initiative for regional group DrumMuster. Cogs, drums and irrigation ahoy!
Well I am very happy to have finally moved in and working at my new Sound design, composition and mixing suite for Dead on Sound at Oh Yeah Wow studios. The room was designed from the ground up by acoustic … Continue reading
I recently completed sound design and location recording for production company “Storylab” The video was for Suncorp insurance to help them treat their customers better, the crew and production team were fun and their was only 4 revisions (haha) Here’s … Continue reading
Last week I worked on my favourite show, Aircrash investigations. It was awesome to be in on my all time nerd crush and meet the researchers and Dp’s responsible for the show i have watched for 14 full seasons. My show … Continue reading
Started doing some contract work for the NGV, thefts project was recording the artist John Wolosely while he painted with a dead pelican and spoke of his process. Got to work with old friend James wright and Matt Richards on … Continue reading
Full steam ahead on a new series for the Nickelodeon channel. We are in a 4 or 5 episode pilot series right now. Two episodes have had the dialogue recorded and epsidoe one is in full progress. I am supervising the … Continue reading
I spent a week location recording for Matt Richard’s Screen Australia funded film “The disappearance of Willie Bingham”. It was a long week spent filming around Royal park hospital, a creepy unused section of a functioning hospital, a primary school and … Continue reading