Hailife Production is a Music production company created by C. CUVELIER
I have the experience and skills you require.
I work in the industry for numerous years .
I am a very reliable and can adapt myself in any situations and take action when required.
Although that only reflected a portion of my experiences and ability that can give you a aspect of my versatility working with sounds. I am a professional, presentable and approachable individual with good customers services.
Team Player and skilled With over 25 years of experiences working within the Music and TV- Film Industry and proven track records on Live Event, Live Show Recording, Music Promotion-Distribution, Short and Long Film Documentary as a Sound Engineer, Sound Recordist, Sound Editor, Sound Mixer, Sound Designer, Soundtracks for Movies and Documentary, Music Production, DJ and Foley Sounds. Fully flexible with Avid Protools HD, Apple Logic Pro, Ableton Live, Final Cut Studio, Soundtracks, Pro Steinberg Cubase and more.
Creative, innovative with high standards, can work under pressure, meet deadline and follow Scheduled.
Access to Recording studio and Video Editing facility 24 Hours a Day / 7 Days a weeks
I am based in London UK.
If you need more information don t hesitate to contact me.
Hope to hear from you in a near future.
Name: Cathy Cuvelier
Company: Hailife Production
Occupation: Music Composer, Producer, Sound Designer, Sound Editor and Sound Mixer
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Abandoned Adopted Here
Film by Lucy Sheen (Documentary and Biography) Sound department Identity, for the majority of people living in the UK, is something which is taken for granted. We see ourselves reflected back as we gaze into the eyes of our parents. But what if as a child the images, the people that you saw around you didn't look anything like you? What then? What if your parents weren't actually your parents and the country that you grew up in wasn't actually the country of your birth. An independent documentary exploring the nature of identity, through the eyes of an adult trans-racial adoptee (Lucy Sheen). How being an adoptee affects and influences others like herself and what it means (if anything) to be both Chinese and British - if there is such a thing?