Multi-Society Social at Dolby

12/23/14 – I’ve worked together with Dolby to organize a social gathering for local Bay Area members of the many film creative societies. The event will take place at Dolby Labs on January 17th, 2015. If you’re a member of ACE, MPSE, DGA, etc. (no matter your membership level), you’re welcome to join us. Simply head here to RSVP.

Nalip Do Your Doc Conference

9/15/14 – Herb Ferrette, II, and I spoke about audio post at NALIP’s Do Your Doc conference yesterday afternoon, and followed the presentation by participating in a speed mentoring session where we helped attendees puzzle out some more specific issues concerning their individual projects. It was great to talk with talented filmmakers and help them to start thinking about their sound needs and approaches earlier in the process.

Headed to the 137th AES Convention in Los Angeles

8/28/14 – I’ll once again be speaking at the annual Audio Engineering Society Convention. This will be the first time it returns to LA since 2002. I’ll be presenting a tutorial session titled Psychoacoustics for Sound Designers, exploring some of the vagaries of how we perceive sound that could potentially be used as story-telling devices. The full abstract can be found here.

Interview over on

8/21/14 – I was interviewed by Asbjeorn Andersen about the process of collecting sounds for my latest sound effects library. You can read all about it here.

5th SFX Library released – Middle Eastern Ambiences

8/19/14 – I’ve just released my latest sound effects library. DynInt005 – Middle Eastern Ambiences is a collection of urban ambiences recorded in Cairo (Egypt) and Dubai (United Arab Emirates). It’s available as one larger bundle here on the site, and individual files are available through

Mandorla Final MIx Wrapped at Skywalker Sound

7/30/14 – I’ve been working as the Sound Designer and Supervising Sound Editor on Mandorla, directed by Roberto Miller. We spent the last week and a half mixing the film up at Skywalker Ranch, and had a fantastic time working with Zach Martin. It was a lot of work, but it’s great to hear everything finally come together as a cohesive soundtrack. I’m looking forward to the day this piece makes it out into the wild!