Hello, my name is Nick, I am a well organized experienced Audio Mixer with a fully loaded gear package, extensive IMDB credits and website. I am easy to work and get along with and I have an outstanding track record for providing quality audio. Im super low maintenance, passionate about my craft and always deliver. My performance consistently stays at 100% without attitude.
FIELD RECORDING GEAR LIST:
MIXERS & RECORDERS
Sound Devices 788T Timecode multi-track field recorder
Sound Devices CL8 Multi-track field mixer
Sound Devices 744 Timecode multi-track field recorder
Sound Devices 442 Multi-track field mixer
Tascam DR-680 multi-track field recorder (back up)
WIRELESS MIC SYSTEMS
6 G3 wireless mic systems
6 Lectrosonic um400 series
3 Lectrosonic urc411a series
1 Lectrosonics hm200c
6 Sanken cos11d lavalier mics wired for (Lectrosonic)
2 Tram TR50 lavalier mics
1 Countryman B6 lavalier mic
2 Sennheiser ME2 lavalier mics
1 Sennheiser MKH416 shotgun mic
1 MCE86NCS shotgun mic
1 Audix SCX-1
1 SM 57 handheld mic
1 Comtek M-216 Option 7 transmitter
2 Comtek PR-216 receivers
2 Carbon Fiber boom poles
Wireless Camera Hops
Petrol carry pack+harness
Smart Slate & Dummy Slate
VOLKSWAGON JETTA STATION WAGON
My experience in the field ranges from Reality TV, Late Night,celebrity red carpet, Features, Documentaries & Commercials. My education includes Tompkins Cortland Community College & the Institute of Audio Research in NYC where I graduated with a degree in Audio Production in 2009. You will want the best audio for any given location. The gear I provide plus my hands on professional experience along with my education provide results.
Unique traits: I'm really good at communicating with people. I have a back up for everything and I do on site soldering & repairs. I'v come from a musical background of violin, piano, & drums. I understand the art + technical aspects of audio. I'm confident and take pride in my work.
Film by Kevin Arbouet (Adventure, Sci-Fi and Thriller) Sound department
Film by Michael Leavy (Adventure, Comedy and Fantasy) Sound department In a world where mythical creatures are real, monsters and humans are forced to coexist; and as prejudice and insecurity pulls everyone apart, three separate storylines manage to come together.
Film by Matthew Santoro (Action, Sci-Fi and Thriller) Sound department A normal guy acquires god-like powers.
Film by Maggie Surovell (Action, Crime, Drama, Mystery and 1 More) Sound department While in the employ of Mr. Worthington, James, Mickey and Whitey have made several successful and uneventful pickups, but one last pickup will prove to be an adventure and the difference between life as free men and life behind bars.
Film by Jordan Horowitz (Drama) Sound department, Producer
Film (short) by Jami Ramberan Sound department
Television (Drama) Sound department Imagine yourself on a New York City rooftop. You look out at the surrounding buildings, and see the countless windows. Some are vacant, but some are alive. So many people in such close proximity, yet each window promises variety. In a city full of strangers, Six Windows peeks into the lives of people, as they face the unique ambiance and drama of living in New York City. Each episode focuses on a moment in time for a single soul, a snapshot of their life. A peek through their window. Written by Rooftop Productions
Film by Shari Berman (Drama) Sound department A housewife of a Republican candidate for U.S. Senate secretly forms an all-women rock band turning her entire world up side down.
The Bounce Back
Film by Youssef Delara (Romance) Sound department A relationship guru with a best selling book is on a whirlwind promotional tour, when he meets a fellow relationship expert who thinks he's nothing more than a charlatan. Their professional rivalry gets complicated when they unexpectedly fall in love. Written by Anonymous
Waiting for Monique Harlowe
Film (short) by Stacey Haid (Drama) Sound department Savannah and Emma are camped out at a lesbian dive bar in the village waiting to catch a glimpse of their favorite, rumored, closeted actress, Monique Harlowe. Through the course of the evening we find that Savannah is there for more than just the chance to see her favorite TV personality, for her it's more... personal. In a world saturated with reality TV and social media 'Waiting For Monique Harlowe' takes a look at celebrity obsession and what it, ultimately, says about us as individuals.
Film by George Crowley (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Sound department A New York actress who's feeling too old for the part, comes to play Shakespeare's Cleopatra at a regional theatre, and finds herself falling for the local character actor, who's bisexual. Backstage and offstage, the couple shares the wisdom that comes with maturity as well as a great fear of being newly vulnerable. Witty, literate, and with a modern perspective on commitment, actor-director-writer George Crowley's film aspires to the character-based work of masters like Mazursky, Pollack and Cassavetes. With Pamela Guest and Stephen Reyes, and cinematography by award-winning Eve Cuyen.
Jessica California USA
Film (short) by Rafael Moraes (Drama) Sound department Jessica needs to get away from her small town. Her desire is tested when an unexpected pregnancy forces her to make a defining choice in life.
The Last Train Home
Film by Ricky Davis (Thriller) Sound department A young black insurance salesmen named Denzel finds himself on the wrong side of the tracks in a town which still bears the scars of racial hatred from years past. Complications arise when Denzel crosses paths with the leader of the Retribution clan, John, who hides a dark secret of hatred and vengeance; all the while John's childhood friend, turned Pastor, attempts to unravel the hate group from within.
A Well Designed Plan
Film (short) by Will Lowell (Crime, Drama and Thriller) Sound department After a chance encounter at a bar, a businessman swimming in debt convinces a local fisherman to stage a robbery of his home. Written by Anonymous
Film by Blaze Mazur (Crime and Drama) Sound department After the loss of a dear friend, college student Chance returns home to his affluent hometown in suburban Connecticut and reluctantly begins to see a psychiatrist at the behest of his mother. Disregarding the advice of the doctor and descending further into depression, Chance conceives of a plan to take over the local marijuana trade. He enlists the help of several friends and acquaintances and forms a business known as the Sleight of Hand. This plan, however, extends well beyond his control and the company begins to unravel as he continues to unsuccessfully cope with his pain. He must now juggle his mother, doctor and cover job, as well as keep his business one step ahead of the local authority. Chance's substance abuse and mental instability collide as he falls deeper into a world of vice and psychosis. Written by Jonathan Moadel
Film (short) by Joseph Rishe (Drama) Sound department A man questions whether his dreams hold any meaning.
Film by Mick Partridge (Documentary) Sound department An in-depth look into the exploding subculture of sneaker collecting and the widespread influence it has had on popular culture around the world.
Naz & Maalik
Film by Jay Dockendorf (Adventure, Comedy and Drama) Sound department Two first-generation African-American Muslim teens,close friends,classmates, partners + something more have their Friday + potentially their entire lives, ruined by surveillance as their ambiguous + secretive relationship sets off flags among the bureaucrats still fighting the War on Terror in the far-flung outpost of Bed-Stuy. Written by Monciana
Film (short) by Jay Lifton (Drama and Sci-Fi) Sound department A seemingly unremarkable man spends a day taking a bizarre test at a mysterious facility. Through his day he interacts with the odd, detached employees of the facility, guiding him from section to section, obscuring the intentions or duration of the test. Written by Anonymous
Film (short) by C.C. Webster (Comedy, Drama and Family) Sound department A young pregnant woman travels home and enlists her sister to help secure her baby's future: by stealing a 'cool' pair of jeans from her high school nemesis.
Film (short) by Bayley Sweitzer (Drama, Fantasy and Mystery) Sound department A socially inept farmer races home to complete a secret project in the woods.
Lift Every Voice
Film (short) by Ernest Alexis (Comedy, Drama and Music) Sound department The Regents Exams are Mandatory assessment tests for every student who wishes to graduate from a New York State/City High School. This movie sheds light on how a teacher was able to get her students motivated and interested into the exam and their education by incorporating RAP and HIP-HOP into her lectures!
Film (short) by Merav Elbaz Belschner (Drama and Thriller) Sound department
Film (short) by Daniel Linke (Comedy) Sound department Two guys chatting in a diner are in a film about two guys chatting in a diner.
The Way You Love
Film (short) by Lydia Darly (Drama and Family) Sound department The Way you love is about unconditional Love and forgiveness of the past in order to be free. It takes tremendous courage to love and forgive another. But doing so could lead to redemption and ultimate freedom. Sarah needs to forgive her mother, father and godmother in order to find the courage to live her life freely. Marie needs to let go of her past and forgive herself in order to risk to love again. Written by Anonymous
Film by Horst Dieter Baum (Sci-Fi and Thriller) Sound department, Producer, Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Miscellaneous Crew Paranormal events affect a couple who have recently moved into their New York City apartment.
Television (Talk-Show) Sound department
Milk and Honey
Film (short) by Daniel Pfeffer (Drama, Romance and Thriller) Sound department, Producer, Actor On her fifteenth birthday, Maya Rivera makes the ultimate decision to run away from her abusive foster home. She confesses her escape plans to her loyal boyfriend, Josiah, but little does she know her crazed and jealous stepbrother, Johnny, is hot on their trail. Written by Anonymous
Television (Comedy) Sound department The Actress is a comedic series with painful truths about the struggles of being a woman aging in the lower rungs of the industry. It shines a light on the bottom-feeding predators and scavengers sustaining themselves on the hopes of scores who spend countless years of their lives waiting for that big break and are constantly forced to settle and readjust their expectations. It's a series for anyone who has ever clawed and scraped and sacrificed for a dream - and for anyone who, in spite of it all, even when everything seems totally pointless, keeps going. Like a salmon struggling upstream. Or a lemming. Written by Ann Carr and Warren Holstein
Film (short) by Kaitlin Puccio (Drama) Sound department After a tragic accident, a young girl struggles to maintain perspective as she treads in a shallow pool of obligation. Spiraling into the heights and depths of despair, she stops participating in the world in the usual way. Written by Anonymous
Film by Joseph Mazzella (Crime, Drama and Thriller) Sound department A desperate ex-con is forced to gather his old crew for one last job to pay off his sister's debt to a dangerous local criminal.
Film (short) by Chloe Lee (Drama) Sound department Spaceman is a coming of age story that follows a boy and his imaginary spaceman friend coping with his emotionally unavailable parents. With the aid of the boy's imaginary Spaceman friend, he realizes and accepts that his tireless attempts will not fix his family's dysfunction. Written by Anonymous
Tears of a Phoenix
Film (short) by Mo Brown (Drama) Sound department Throughout life's pain, trials and tribulations, find something to live for.
A Matter of Propriety
Film (short) by Isaac Ruth (Comedy and Drama) Sound department After being kidnapped by the Irish mob, David Mercer must summon all of his street smarts to survive. But when confronted by the leader, Father Fahey (Bill Raymond of 'The Wire') a man unlike the others, he realizes he may be in too deep. It isn't personal, it's a matter of propriety. Written by Anonymous
Television (Comedy) Sound department
Film by Vlad Yudin (Documentary, Drama and Sport) Sound department From the producer of the original classic Pumping Iron', comes "Generation Iron" the long awaited true story of dedication, rivalry, victory, defeat, redemption and triumph... The film examines the professional sport of bodybuilding today and gives us access to the lives of current bodybuilding stars Phil Heath, Kai Greene, Branch Warren, Dennis Wolf, Victor Martinez, Hidetada Yamagishi as well as ambitious newcomer Ben Pakulski and European sensation Roelly Winklaar on their journey to be crowned Mr. Olympia. Written by Steve Greenberg
Film (short) by Sam Borowski (Crime) Sound department The Man is a disgruntled and disturbed citizen, a loner on the mean streets of New York City and New Jersey, as he ventures into isolation and violent misanthropy. He deals with tragedy by dispensing his own form of justice on the criminal low lives that "keep on hurting the good people." In doing so, he attempts to help young prostitute Gina to free herself of her abusive pimp Johnny Ramone. Eventually using two hand guns, he sets out to rid the world of the people "doing terrible, horrible disgusting things to other human beings." Written by email@example.com
Film (short) by Quinlan Orear (Comedy) Sound department It's 1994 and the grunge rock scene is everywhere. Johnny C., the manager of a Detroit local band, is responsible not just for representing his musicians, but also for babysitting them as they act like the rockstars they aren't backstage.
The House at the Edge of the Galaxy
Film (short) by Gleb Osatinski (Drama and Mystery) Sound department A lonely boy is taught by a passing Cosmonaut how to plant a "star".
Love and Hip Hop
Television (Reality-TV) Sound department The lives of women trying to make it in the bright lights of New York City. But will business mix with pleasure?