Gilda Garcia is a graduate from Berklee College of Music and Vancouver Film School that has focused her career on doing sound design and composing electronic based music for visual media. Since her studies at Berklee in the Electronic Production and Design major she began to collaborate with several animators from the Massachusetts College of Art by doing the sound design and composing music for their short animated films.
After graduating from college she gained very valuable experience by working in diverse areas of the field.
She was the on set audio mixer for Lieberman Broadcasting, the largest privately held, Spanish-language broadcaster in the United States; Gilda has also worked with several directors from all over the globe in prestigious projects that screened at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, award winning films, and participated in the 48hr film festival. She also had the extraordinary opportunity to work with David Van Slyke, the Emmy award winner sound designer from CSI in several different projects.
Gilda’s interest for sound and its infinite possibilities of change drives her sound design to keep implementing innovative ideas and musical ways of telling the story through sound. She combines Foley, field recordings and synthesized sounds to create a unique array of sounds that engages the audience ears.