KEVIN HILL post-production audio, producer
Kevin began his career in sound engineering over 20 years ago playing in bands and working in live theatre before transitioning into post production sound. He has worked for many theatres and sound studios including the Omaha Theater Company for Young People, The Kennedy Center for Performing Arts and Clean Cuts Music & Sound. He then ultimately founded Studio Unknown in 2001. Realizing his love for film and cinema, in 2009 he shifted focus of the studio’s model and opened a Dolby® Approved sound facility to service filmmakers. His sound work has been heard at film festivals including SXSW, Toronto, Tribeca, Oaxaca, Berlin, and the Hollywood Film Festival. Broadcast credits include sound design and mix for programs for Discovery, National Geographic, NASA, PBS, and others. Awards include a CINE Golden Eagle Master Series Award for the animated documentary, Freedom Dance; Lost in Woonsocket, Official Selection at the SXSW Film Festival; and original music and narration recording for the Telly Award-winning A&E series Random 1. Recently, Kevin became an active member of the Cinema Audio Society, an organization formed in 1964 for the purpose of advancing the art of cinematic sound. Kevin has served as an adjunct professor at Anne Arundel Community College teaching Audio Production and is a member of the country songwriting collaboration, Moran Hill Hurwitz.