Tommy Vicari, Music Supervisor & Scoring Mixer, is a multi-Emmy Award, Grammy Award, CAS award recipient and recognized as one of Hollywood’s most respected recording engineer & scoring mixer.
The list of his sonic achievements is eclectic and archives over 40 years of history in music including six Grammy nominations with two Grammy Awards and twenty-three Emmy Nominations, taking home six Emmy Awards.
Since 1969, Tommy has recorded music for every genre of the entertainment industry with world renowned artists, from Billy Preston to producing Prince debut record, “For You”, to George Duke, Jeffrey Osborne, Quincy Jones, Barbara Streisand, Sammy Nestico and Gordon Goodwin’s Big Phat Band, to name a few.
Over his career, Tommy has earned a reputation and versatility in weaving his music mixing from the recording industry, to television and film. Tommy is the music mixer on the “Academy Award™ television shows for the last twenty-three years, as well a scoring mixer on some of Hollywood’s most acclaimed films.
Some of his television credits includes “Sucession”, “Six Feet Under”, “The Newsroom," “Angels in America” and his mixing of “Behind the Candelabra” earned him the 2013 Emmy Award, as well as the Cinema Audio Society Award for excellence in sound mixing.
His film credits began in 1974 with the cult classic Brian DiPalma’s “Phantom of the Paradise”, to the latest Academy Award winning film “Moonlight”, Over the last nineteen years, Tommy collaborated with composer Thomas Newman, scoring over 25 films including “the Highwaymen,” “Road to Perdition,” “Lemony Snicket’s a Series of Unfortunate Events,” “Saving Mr. Banks,” “The Judge,” “He Named Me Malala,” the 2015 Academy Award® nominee for Best Score “Bridge of Spies,” the 2016 Academy Award® nominated film “Passengers,” Pixar multi-Academy Award® nominated animation film “Finding Nemo,” “Finding Dory,” the 2009 Academy Award nominee for best sound mixing “Wall-E.”
Recently working along side composer Nicholas Brittel, Tommy scored “The King”, “If Beal Street Could Talk”, “The Big Short” and the 2016 Academy Award® Best Picture winner “Moonlight”.
For the last 40 years, Tommy lives in Sherman Oaks, CA with his wife. He has one daughter and is a mostly proud “Nonno” of her twins Juliet & Jagger.
Andreas Kronenberg, Creative Director-Animation, is an Award-Winning Computer Animation and Motion graphics Creative Director. Owner of Kronenberg VFX, a graphic design studio that specializes in motion graphics for the broadcast industry that creates everything from CGI, Compositing, Title Sequences to Visual Effects. Andreas is a well known as a master of creating remarkable animation using Adobe After Effects. Andreas has collaborated with Robert Kirk on numerous projects including, the Discovery Channel series Out of Egypt, and he also created the first animations of Nelly Toll’s paintings used in the video segments of Massillon Museum’s traveling exhibition. Andreas’ client list includes Digital Ranch Productions, Discovery Channel, History Channel, Animal Planet, Harvest Moon Studio, IDA, National Geographic Channel as well as companies ranging from General Atomics to Four Seasons Hotels.