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Winter 2019

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8 W I N T E R 2 0 1 9 C A S Q U A R T E R L Y David Bondelevitch CAS MPSE is a re-recording mixer and educator who has won two Emmy Awards. He has also won two MPSE Golden Reel Awards and has been nominated 22 times. He is Past President of the Motion Picture Sound Editors. David has been the Secretary of the Cinema Audio Society since 2012 and has been on the Board of Directors since 2003. He has been writing for the CAS Quarterly magazine since 2006 and was co-editor in 2007. His most recent projects include mixing the documentary Empty Net, about the US Paralympics sled hockey team that aired on NBC Sports. He also mixed the documentary Southwest of Salem, which recently won a Peabody Award. He also mixed the cult comedy Jimmy Vestvood: Amerikan Hero, starring Persian-American comedian Maz Jobrani. David is also an assistant professor at CU Denver. David received his MFA in Cinema Production from USC. He also holds a Bachelor of Music in Jazz Composition from the Berklee College of Music in Boston. Devendra Cleary CAS is a Los Angeles-based production sound mixer who has just completed Season 1 of Mayans M.C. for FX and is currently working on Schooled for ABC. He is an Executive Board member for I.A.T.S.E. Local 695 and a frequent contributor to the CAS Quarterly. He joined the CAS as an Associate member in 1999 and became a full member in 2008. Matt Foglia CAS is a two-time CAS Award-winning, Emmy-nominated re-recording mixer and educator based in Nashville. Starting his career in NYC, Matt was a sound engineer for Sony Music Studios before taking the post of Chief Audio Engineer for PostWorks New York in 2001. Matt has mixed hundreds of hours of programming for networks such as Comedy Central, Discovery, ESPN, HBO, MTV, PBS, truTV, and VH1 and for artists, including Bruce Springsteen, Paul McCartney, Ozzy Osbourne, My Morning Jacket, and Phish. Peter Kelsey CAS started his career in sound at the illustrious independent recording studio Trident Studios, where all the early Elton John and David Bowie albums were recorded. Here, Peter learned from engineers and producers such as Rupert Hine, Ken Scott, Roy Thomas Baker, Robin Geoffrey Cable, and David Hentschel. He was a second engineer on the Carly Simon album No Secrets, and part of the mixing team for Elton John's album Goodbye Yellow Brick Road. After moving to the USA, he did a lot of work as a scoring mixer before moving into post- production sound. He has worked on many David Kelley shows, including Ally McBeal and Boston Legal, for both of which he won sound mixing Emmys. He worked for RH Factor for many years and for the last three years, has worked for Smart Post Sound. He is currently working on Speechless, The Chi, Arrested Development, and Dead to Me. Peter has a degree in mathematics, a black belt in taekwondo, and loves to do public speaking. Karol Urban CAS MPSE started her career as a re-recording mixer in Washington, DC, in 1999 where she worked on mainly various documentary projects for clients such as PBS, National Geographic, and Discovery Channel. In 2011, she came to Los Angeles and has been enjoying a steady stream of mixing diversity in both film and television projects. She is currently mixing ABC's Grey's Anatomy, Station 19, and Single Parents, Hulu's Into the Dark and BET's Boomerang. She enjoys volunteering for the CAS as a regular contributor, Board member, and co-editor of the CAS Quarterly publication, as well as serving on the TV Academy's Governor's Peer Group for sound mixing and lending help to mentoring groups and outreach activities. Karol holds a Bachelor of Science in Audio Post Production from the School of Media Arts and Design at James Madison University, enjoys Muay Thai, practicing her Spanish language skills, and stand-up comedy. Matt left NYC in 2008 after accepting a faculty position at Middle Tennessee State University where he is a tenured professor teaching undergraduate and graduate courses relating to sound for picture. Matt has been the co-editor of the CAS Quarterly since the fall 2007 issue. Matt loves spending time with his wife and two teenagers, playing guitar and discussing the nuances of the Beatles, Kiss, and Billy Joel. Matt continues to mix and edit remotely for clients.

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