Jan Meinema – Sound designer, Rerecording Mixer, Field recordist and Lecturer

Wednesday 15 January 2020 12-2pm CM105

Jan works as a sound designer for short and feature independent films, documentaries and animations. His practice is based on a story driven approach to sound design. Particular interest areas are perspectival shifts and abstractions in film sound design and the crossover between scoring and sound design.

A list of Jan’s film credits can be found here on the IMDB site

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