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       Sound Design is the process of acquiring, manipulating or generating audio. It is employed in filmmaking, television production, theatre, live performance, and video game software development.
       Sound Design most commonly involves the manipulation of previously composed or recorded audio, such as sound effects and dialogue, to create a desired effect or mood.
       Or rather, I make awesome noises for a living!

Here are some of the latest reviews of my work. Check out the links below!

Crowns by Regina Taylor
A Coming of Age Story
A Majestic Theatre Event

The Green Duck Lounge by Michelle Tyrene Johnson
'The Green Duck Lounge' aims to be more than a play
'The Green Duck Lounge' successfully links the past and present

It's a Wonderful Life: The Radio Play by Joe Landry 
Christmas classic gets fresh frame in TheatreSquared’s ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’

Here Lies Joyland by Mitchell Ward
The Melancholy of Abandoned Places

The Liar Design Concept 

In this farce, every music cue and sound effect had to be extremely purposeful and concise. The music had a whimsical feel to it, but also a game-like quality as Dorante is ‘playing’ both his fellow characters and the audience. The music lets the audience in on the falsehoods that are spun; a sort of warning that what they were hearing was not true. The music was mostly classical instruments with the occasional anachronistic electric guitar. This fit the Parisian café atmosphere that the set and theater space induced. 

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Previous events

The Green Duck Lounge

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Rhynsburger Theatre, Columbia, MO

The Green Duck Lounge explores how the contemporary #BlackLivesMatters movement parallels the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s by focusing on the life of Leon Jordan, a Kansas City police officer, MO legislator, and civil rights activist. The play is a swift sixty-minutes with a first act set in 2015, a second act set forty years earlier, and a third act comprised of a post-play discussion.

The Green Duck Lounge

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Rhynsburger Theatre, Columbia, MO

The Green Duck Lounge explores how the contemporary #BlackLivesMatters movement parallels the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s by focusing on the life of Leon Jordan, a Kansas City police officer, MO legislator, and civil rights activist. The play is a swift sixty-minutes with a first act set in 2015, a second act set forty years earlier, and a third act comprised of a post-play discussion