Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Pilots Wrapped, Crucible Survived!

So the dust has settled on Pilot Season for 2014, and in the end, I must say I had a fantastic experience. That's not to say it was all puppy dogs and rainbows, but it was truly a memorable moment in my career, filled with immense scheduling and creative challenges, lots of mental gear shifting, and very little sleep.  I'm still buzzed by the whole experience, and I loved every minute of it.


The Tower.  Warner Bros. Lot, Burbank, CA
All five of the pilots I worked on were picked up for series (The Flash, Forever, Empire, A to Z, and Proof), and I am proud to have been part of the great sound editorial teams involved.  I got the chance to stretch my creative wings in many directions (quickly and jarringly, I might add), and work with a number of insightful editors and sound supervisors, all of whom I have the deepest admiration for.

Since pilots, I was given the chance to work on a new animated feature film from Tyler Perry called MADEA'S KIDS, and now that I'm done with my portion of the sound design work, I'm winding down a bit to enjoy a tiny hiatus before (hopefully) hopping onto some Summer work.  

Big thanks to Charlie Crutcher, Michael Lawshe, Peter Austin, Paul Curtis, Matt Taylor, Robert Ramirez, Connie Kazmer, Bill Angarola, Warner Bros. Post Production and lastly, to the Universe, for all the great opportunities that have come my way.  I look forward to more incredible experiences with Warner Bros. in the years to come.

Many blessings to all my fellow sound folks.  Be bold; be daring, and keep it interesting!

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