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Growing up in Brooklyn, Keith’s passion for audio started with vinyl as he was DJ’ing in some of NYC’s biggest clubs. This led to him producing electronic music and mixing local bands and artists. A graduate of Brooklyn College and NYC’s Institute of Audio Research, Keith has mixed and sound designed countless hours of content for Film, T.V., Commercial Ad work, and streaming content. Shows such as MTV’s True Life, over 350 episodes of A&E’s The First 48, and more recently Netflix’s Julies Green Room starring Julie Andrews and Amazon’s American Playboy documenting Hugh Hefner. Keith’s commercial Ad work portfolio includes Facebook, Nike, Budweiser, Intel, Jose Cuervo and Danon to name a few. Keith has mixed/sound designed films that have made Sundance including The Russian Woodpecker which won the World Cinema Documentary Grand Jury prize in 2015, O.J.: Made in America in 2016, and Whose Streets in 2017. Films that have made SXSW such as Richard Linklater’s I Dream Too Much in 2015 and Transmilitary in 2018. And The Berlin Film Festival with Cuban Food Stories in 2018 to name a few.
ESPN Films O.J.: Made in America took home many prestigious awards including the Academy Award for Best Documentary. Keith received a Primetime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Nonfiction Program and a C.A.S nomination for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing Documentary for his work.
In addition to Sound Supervising, Mixing, and Sound Designing – Keith has recorded such top talents as Meryl Streep, Robert De Niro, and Oprah Winfrey – just in the past year at Sim Post New York. And has an extensive 12” Vinyl collection and sneaker obsession.