Tom Hammond

Tom Hammond

Sound Editor, Sound Designer, Re-recording Mixer

Tom is the founder of Soundcrafter. He has been the supervising sound editor and/or re-recording mixer on twelve of Richard Linklater’s films and at least 100 other narrative and documentary films. He intermittently teaches and quest lectures in the Radio-Television-Film Department at the University of Texas at Austin. He received a BFA and MFA in film/video production from the California Institute of the Arts. Earlier he studied physics and music composition at Whitman College.

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Susan Fitz-Simon

Susan Fitz-Simon

Lead Foley Artist, Sound Editor

Susan is the Foley supervisor of Soundcrafter. Her two paths of music and dance merged and Susan found her calling in the craft of Foley. She worked at the Warner Burbank stage and many other Los Angeles Foley stages until 2007 when she moved to Austin. At Soundcrafter she has not only continued as a Foley artist but has expanded into sound editing. She has been a guest lecturer at the School of Theater, Film and Television at the University of California at Los Angeles and the Radio-Television-Film Department at the University of Texas, Austin. Foley credits include over 2,000 episodes of TV including: Orange is the New Black, 3rdRock from the Sun, Fear Factor, The Apprentice, Survivor, That 70’s Show,andFriends, and the featuresWhere’d you go Bernadette?, Last Flag Flying, Everybody Wants Some!!, Bernie,Before Midnight, and Boyhood. Dialogue editing credits include the A&E series Shipping Warsand TLC's My 600lb Life. She received an Emmy nomination for her work on Tower.

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Wayne Bell

Wayne Bell

Production Mixer, Field Recordist, Sound Editor, Sound Designer, Re-recording Mixer

Wayne has been in Austin working on film sound for over three decades. He and Tobe Hooper designed the sound for the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre. He also specializes in producing radio documentaries where he not only designs all the sound but also writes the script and performs the narration. He has been a field recordist, sound editor and sound designer on many Linklater and other Texas based films. He is a well-known recordist of unique Texas sounds and is often hired by out of state film productions to do field recording. Re-recording mixer credits include the A&E series Shipping Wars and TLC's My 600lb Life.

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Justin Hennard

Justin Hennard

Production Mixer, Field Recordist, Sound Editor, Sound Designer, Re-recording Mixer

Before working in sound Justin started out as self-taught filmmaker and photographer. He has also been a Production Assistant, DP and Picture Editor. His science fiction feature Moonlight by the Sea won him two awards and his sound design for the film got him a job working at Soundcrafter. Since then he has been a sound editor, sound designer and field recordist on many of Richard Linklater'sfilms. He has been a production mixer on the documentary, The Horse Whisper, and many reality TV episodes for MTV. He expanded into supervision with David Gordon Green's feature Manglehorn and the pilot for Amazon Studio's Red Oaks. For both shows he was also the sound designer and the lead re-recording mixer. He has also taught in the Radio-Television-Film Department at the University of Texas at Austin.

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Glenn Eanes

Glenn Eanes, C.A.S.

Sound Editor, Foley Mixer, Re-recording Mixer

In addition to editing and mixing on many narrative and documentary features, Glenn has been the lead Re-recording Mixer for most of the episodes of television mixed at Soundcrafter since 2010. In 2014, he expanded to feature Sound Supervision with Eric Hueber's Flutter, for which he was also the Re-recording mixer. As a Foley Mixer, Glenn’s credits include Richard Linklater’s Last Flag Flyingand Where’d You Go Bernadette, and an Emmy nomination as part of the sound team for the 2016 documentary Tower. Before working in Post Sound, Glenn worked with computer audio and chip design in the tech industry for over seven years. He received a B.S. in Radio, Television and Film at the University of Texas at Austin in 2008. 

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Evan Dunivan

Evan Dunivan

Sound Editor, Sound Designer, Re-recording Mixer

Evan has worked as a sound editor and re-recording mixer since 2010. He has edited and/or mixed hundreds of long and short form narratives, documentaries, and television programs. Many have screened at festivals such as TIFF, Cannes, Berlin, Tribeca, and SXSW. He has edited and mixed documentaries and television shows that have aired on HBO, Showtime, PBS, A&E, Discovery, TLC, History, and more. Evan studied Sound Design for Visual Media at Vancouver Film School and has since worked for American Film Institute, UCLA, and University of Texas at Austin. He has worked for Soundcrafter since 2012. 

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Korey Pereira

Korey Pereira, M.P.S.E.

Supervising Sound Editor, Sound Designer, Re-recording Mixer

Korey joined the Soundcrafter team in 2013 and has since worked on a variety of projects including the last four of Richard Linklater’s films and over 100 episodes of reality tv. Outside of his work at Soundcrafter, Korey has been the dialogue editor on two seasons of Rooster Teeth’s series, Day 5, as well as supervised, mixed or edited a wide variety of content for film television, web and immersive media. Korey earned a B.S in Radio-Television-Film from the University of Texas at Austin. Korey is now a lecturer at the University of Texas at Austin’s department of Radio-Television-Film as well as an active member of M.P.S.E.

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Miles Foster-Greenwood

Miles Foster-Greenwood

Sound Editor, Sound Designer, Re-recording Mixer

Miles studied Radio-Television-Film at the University of Texas at Austin, and focused on sound and music composition during his time there. After earning his Bachelor's degree, he joined the Soundcrafter team in 2013. He has since worked as a dialogue editor, foley editor, and sound designer on many projects including BoyhoodTower,Where'd You Go Bernadette and Last Flag Flying. He has been the re-recording mixer on The Iron OrchardSeadriftShoot the Moon Right Between the Eyes, and episodes of My 600 lb. Life and UFOs: The Lost Evidence. Miles occasionally sound edits for StuckOnOn as well as the University of Texas at Austin, where he has mixed many student films.

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Madeleine Stevens

Madeleine Stevens

Sound Editor, Re-recording mixer

Madeleine studied Radio-Television-Film at the University of North Texas in Denton, and graduated with honors in 2015. Her internships at Detour Filmproduction and the Austin Film Society completely immersed her in the Austin film scene, and introduced her to Tom's work at Soundcrafter. After a summer as an editorial production assistant on David Gordon Green's film, Stronger, Madeleine knew that post was where she wanted to work. She enjoys editing projects, managing Soundcrafter’s website and social media, and helping around the studio with schedules and bookings. She was an apprentice editor for Where’d You Go Bernadette? and has recently mixed her first three short films, DepartureThe One and Only, and Bloom.

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Charles Kohlmyer

Charles Kohlmyer

Charles Kohlmyer, M.P.S.E.

Foley Artist

Charles originally got his start as an animator, then moved on to sound design where he worked on numerous digital comic strips including Dilbert, Bloom County, and Mother Goose & Grim. He discovered Foley while working on SOE's DC Universe Online. He's since worked at Finland's H5 under Heikki Kossi, and consulted with John Roesch on a stage in Northern California. Charles joined the Soundcrafter team in 2016 and has worked on Richard Linklater's Last Flag Flying and Where’d You Go Bernadette?.

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