Hello, and welcome! I am a post-production sound editor and mixer for film and television. I work at Soundcrafter, a post audio facility in Austin, TX, and I complete freelance projects from my home studio.
Since 2013, I have worked as a dialogue editor, sound designer, foley editor, and re-recording mixer on many feature films, documentaries, shorts, and TV episodes. I’ve worked on six Richard Linklater films, including Boyhood, Apollo 10 ½, and Where’d You Go, Bernadette?. I edited the dialogue on Keith Maitland’s 2016 film Tower, for which the sound team received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Music and Sound. I served as supervising sound editor/re-recording mixer on Hippie Family Values (2017), The Iron Orchard (2018), Shoot the Moon Right Between the Eyes (2018), and Seadrift (2019). Since 2016, I have mixed numerous student films for the University of Texas Department of Radio-Television-Film. I am an active member of Motion Picture Sound Editors.
My home studio is equipped with Pro Tools Ultimate, professional studio monitors, and countless plug-ins and audio editing tools from the top manufacturers. I have access to first-rate 5.1, 7.1, or Dolby Atmos mixing rooms at Soundcrafter. I have an extensive sound library as well as the equipment to record custom foley and sound FX. Most importantly, I have the experience and know-how to use these tools creatively in order to craft an engaging, professional soundscape for your project.
I’m always looking to get involved with new projects. Rates are based on the project’s budget and the scope of work. If you are a filmmaker in need of post sound mixing, I am happy to work up an estimate for projects of all sizes. Feel free to get in touch!