• About

    Johnnie Burn is an English supervising sound editor, re-recording mixer and sound designer whose work includes commercials, music videos, sonic branding and feature film.


    Having worked in 2003 on the film BIRTH, the sound design of Jonathan Glazers' film UNDER THE SKIN gained him universal merit and a host of award nominations including Outstanding Technical Achievement at The British Independent Film Awards, Mix Artist of the Year by Resolution Magazine.

     

    His next film, THE LOBSTER, had sound design recognised at The Belgium Film Festival where it won The Georges Delerue Music and Sound Design Award. Sir Alan Parkers' jury cited 'For the creative, eclectic and imaginative use of music and sound design".


     

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    These films were followed by work on Rupert Sanders GHOST IN THE SHELL, James Marsh's THE MERCY, Yorgos Lanthimos' THE KILLING OF A SACRED DEER and the soon to be released 'THE FAVOURITE'

     

    Johnnie spent years climbing to the top of commercials audio post winning all the awards going many times. He founded the highly regarded audio post house Wave Studios in London in 1999, now also in Amsterdam and imminently in New York, with his partner Warren Hamilton.

     

    He also works on various other sound design projects, including the original sound palette of Skype. You hear his voice going 'skkkyyype' whenever you log in! His single regret is losing the pitch to create the new 'turn indicator sound' on the Bentley Continental.