I am a Sound Design MFA graduate from the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, GA, where I focused my studies on re-recording mixing for film. I earned my bachelors degree in Telecommunications with a concentration in Digital Production Audio at Ball State University in Muncie, IN, in 2015.


My love for film sound blossomed when I had the opportunity to study abroad in Ireland over the summer of 2015 where a few of my fellow Ball State students and I spent five weeks producing and filming four different short films in the Éire. The entire experience opened my ears to a whole new world and dimension that is sound design in film. From then on I have dedicated my time to learning all there is to know about film sound and how important it is within the art of cinema.

I love working with filmmakers and sound teams to make a film come to life. Collaborating with others is a forte of mine and effectively executing and expanding ideas within a soundscape is my ultimate goal, no matter what position I'm in creatively. I always make it a priority of mine to put every ounce of effort and passion into every project I have the opportunity to be a part of. 

Image: Sadie Lebo

"In the same way that painting, or looking at paintings, makes you see the world in a different way, listening to interestingly arranged sounds makes you hear differently."

- Walter Murch

Image: Sadie Lebo