New York City (June 10, 2005)–Photomag Sound & Image, PostWorks New York’s full-service post-production boutique in Midtown Manhattan, has announced its continued expansion of both audio and video support services through the addition of several key appointments to the firm’s sales, management and talent rosters.
Joe Caterini, president of Photomag Sound & Image, announced that Photomag has added several key staff members, each of whom was most recently affiliated with New York’s Betelgeuse Productions or its in-house audio department, Parallax Audio Productions. Betelgeuse’s former director of sales Stephen Ostrow is now set to lead Photomag’s sales efforts, Parallax co-founder Bill Ivie joins Photomag as general manager and mixer, Parallax’s Andy Rando comes onboard as executive producer, and Emmy Award-winning audio mixer and sound designer Billy Gardner, also formerly of Parallax, joins Photomag’s artistic staff. The appointments are effective immediately.
Pictured (l-r) are: Billy Gardner, Bill Ivie, Stephen Ostrow and Andy Rando.
“The infusion of resources that began last year in terms of remodeling, reengineering and expanding our offerings into the realm of video editing now takes a momentous step in the area of team-building,” Caterini began. “Each of these gentlemen is well respected in the post audio business, and adding their combined talents greatly expands the quality of services and support we can offer to our clients.”
Joe Caterini, Patrick Donahue, Bobby Elder, Matt Foglia, Billy Harper, Benny Mouthon, Jared Seidman, Lou Teti–and now Bill Ivie and Billy Gardner–share project mixing assignments in any of six sound mixing studios, each equipped with its own VO recording room and powered by Digidesign Pro Tools.
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