Join us as Richard Gould '14 discusses his experiences working in the film and game industry. He will share the top five things he wished he knew before leaving Berklee and conduct an interview with the Sound Design Network.
Originally from the United Kingdom, Gould came to the U.S. to study at Berklee. While at the college, he cofounded the Sound Design Network and Hexany Audio, and was station manager of the Berklee Internet Radio Network, a peer advisor, and a student ambassador. He currently works as a freelance composer and sound designer. Gould is also a part of the sound editorial team for Skywalker Sound, where he has worked on several feature films including Home, Crimson Peak, The Walk, The Peanuts Movie, and The Revenant, among others. As a freelancer, Gould has worked on numerous projects for companies such as DreamWorks, Cartoon Network, AMC, Coke, and the Tap Lab, among others. He also volunteers his time as an editor for DesigningSound.org, a website focused on the art and technique of sound design.
This event is cosponsored by the Sound Design Network.