Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is the most visually ground breaking film of the year. The artists and technicians on this project were specifically tasked with pushing the boundaries and setting new bars for what’s possible in animated features, and their work deserves to be celebrated. I was an Animator on this film, and with a platform like this at my fingertips, I felt obligated to reach out to all the artists, gather as much material as I could find, and share it with you here. Continue reading The Art and Making of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
A Quiet Place: Telling a Story with Sound
I loved this film. It’s particularly interesting to learn about the adjustments the writers made to the screenplay.
Sound always plays a particularly important role in the horror genre, but A Quiet Place takes this a step further, making sound itself a key element of the story.
Walter Murch Explains Sound Editing and Sound Mixing
Academy member, Walter Murch, deconstructs the art of sound mixing. uses examples from his own work to explain sound editing, and shows us the differences between sound editing and sound mixing,
Star Wars – Designing a Universe of Sound
A look at the pioneering work of Sound Designer, Ben Burtt.
Fight Club – The Beauty of Sound Design
Film Radar shines a light on the sound design of Ren Klyce and Richard Hymns, specifically in the film’s fight scenes. Continue reading Fight Club – The Beauty of Sound Design
The Music of La La Land with Composer Justin Hurwitz
SoundWorks Collection music profile writer Jon Burlingame chats with Oscar nominated composer Justin Hurwitz about his work on Director Damien Chazelle’s new musical La La Land. Justin shares his process of working with lyricist Pasek and Paul when writing the oscar nominated song City of Stars and his background writing Jazz music in college. Continue reading The Music of La La Land with Composer Justin Hurwitz
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