Tom Paul is one of New York City’s most sought after talents in the field of post-production audio. Tom got his professional start as a boom operator in 1988, moving on to production mixing in 1991. Some notable titles of his early years in production sound include: Trust, The Wedding Banquet, Eat Drink Man Woman, Little Odessa, Swoon and The Yards. Tom has met success in his sound design and re-recording credits including the Academy Award winning films The Fog of War and Born Into Brothels. He has been the sound mixer on The Disappearance of McKinley Nolan and NY 77: The Coolest Year in Hell. Most recently, Tom sound designed, mixed and scored the Bulgarian filmed Avé, selected for competition in Critic’s Week, at Cannes 2011. Further integrating Tom’s passion for music and sound, he composed and performed original piano music for the film.