At the 2009 DC Peer Awards, sponsored by TIVA-DC, Post-Op Media took home the most awards from the Audio Post – Sound Design and Audio Post – Sound Mixing categories. Winning two of the four awards for Sound Design, Washington DC, Steve Urban and Andisheh Baroomand both earned Silver awards for their work on Bizarre Dino and Virus Hunters, respectively. Post-Op Media co-founder, Brian Cunneff took home both the Silver and the Bronze for Sound Mixing, Washington DC for his work on Man’s First Migration and Virus Hunters. Overall, Post-Op Media’s post audio work was acknowledged with four out of the seven awards given. These wins maintain the track record from the 2008 Peer Awards when Post-Op Media also won 4 awards for Sound Design, Washington DC and Sound Mixing, Washington DC. In 2009, Smoke compositor, Henry Holdren, also won the Peer Bronze for Graphics/Compositing & Keying, Washington DC, for his work on SIPC’s Real People. No matter the year, we’re awful proud of our fellas and all those fancy statues they bring home.
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Posted in Clients, General, People Tagged awards, dave brier, editing, video
Post-Op Media would like to congratulate PBS on their Emmy nod for a theatrical trailer promoting the acclaimed Ken Burns documentary, ”The War”. Post-Op’s own, Dave Brier, did the offline editing, title design, and final compositing, and the spot has now received a nomination for ”Outstanding Promotional Announcement for News or Documentary Program” from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.