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Unknown Sound Department
(2006)
Enter the Naked Man
Enter the Naked Man Sound Department
(2010)
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Unearthed Sound Department
(2007)

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 2010 Enter the Naked Man (Video short) (sound editor)
 2007 Juncture (sound post-production coordinator)
 2007 Unearthed (post sound coordinator)
 2007 Shanghai Kiss (post sound coordinator)
 2006 Unknown (post sound coordinator)
 2006 The Curiosity of Chance (post sound coordinator)
 2006 Monster Night (Video) (post sound coordinator)
 2006 Bottoms Up (Video) (post sound coordinator)
 2006 Road House 2: Last Call (Video) (post sound coordinator)
 2006 Phat Girlz (post sound coordinator)
 2006 The Oh in Ohio (post sound coordinator)
 2005 When Do We Eat? (post sound coordinator)
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