Re-recording Mixer, Sound Designer
Tom Paul is one of New York City's most sought after talents in the field. Tom won a Primetime EMMY® for Outstanding Mixing on Joe Berlinger's Under African Skies and another for Best Sound Editing on Cartel Land. Some early highlights of his sound design and re-recording credits include the Academy Award® winning films The Fog of War and Born Into Brothels. Other notable films include: Junebug, Palindromes, The Baxter, The King, & U2 360 (the largest selling concert DVD of all time).
A New York City native, Tom Paul was surrounded by music and sound from the moment he was born. As the son of an opera singer father and a pianist mother, Tom's exposure to the power of music planted the seed for his passion and aptitude for everything sonic. Tom got his professional start as a boom operator in 1988, moving on to production mixing in 1991. In 1994, his passion for sound led him to the creative environment of post-production.