Their resumes read like an eclectic costume party. Mrs. Maisel, The Rolling Stones, Black Panther, Katy Perry, Lewis and Clark. Some of the country’s top professionals in music and sound for the film and television industries converged on the Ithaca College campus on April 6 for a day of learning and networking.
The interdisciplinary Music and Sound for Picture Conference allowed students, aspiring professionals, alumni and faculty to get tips and advice and learn about new ideas and technological advances.
“There were so many people from all different parts of the industry. It was a really cool opportunity,” said speaker and panelist Michael Fowler ’08, who opened New York’s first mobile ADR studio and has worked on “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” “Law and Order: SVU,” “Gotham” and “Blindspot.” “Most of the time, we can be very isolated in our own little groups, so it's nice to come together with a group of professionals I wouldn’t normally get to see or meet.”