San Francisco, CA (June 17, 2013)—San Francisco’s Studio Trilogy has added audio post engineer Matt Wood to its roster.
Wood’s past credits include sound design/mixing for national commercial campaigns, as well as film projects such as Alambamento, which has won multiple international film festival awards. His recent audio mixing at Trilogy includes internet videos for Audi and Google+, and for Freefall, an independent film by SF Ballet dancer Luke Willis.
“I’m really thrilled to work with Matt again, as we continue to grow our post production business,” commented Cindy McSherry, business operations for Studio Trilogy. “His sound design and mix experience really rounds out our current offerings to our post production clientele. He’s extremely talented and such a nice guy, too.”
McSherry was the founding operations manager of Crescendo Studios from its inception in 1996 up until her departure in 2006. Crescendo recently closed after a 16-year run in the San Francisco audio post market.
While at Crescendo, Wood engineered a variety of projects including sound design for multiple Google projects including Google+ and Google Doodles (the logo on Google.com that changes every day). He also created the sound design for the official Halo 4 website, and sound design and mix for Kelly Moore, Sprint, Nike and Visa commercials, and the feature length documentaries This is Noise Pop and Wine From Here: Natural Wine in California.