• 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.

     

    Recent work includes the sound edit, design, and mix on THE KILLING OF A SACRED DEER directed by Yorgos Lanthimos, in Competition at Cannes for the Palme D'or.

     

    Much of 2016 was spent working on the sound design for the Dreamworks release GHOST IN THE SHELL, directed by Rupert Sanders, as well as THE MERCY directed by James Marsh.

     

    2015 Saw him work on THE LOBSTER, also by Yorgos Lanthimos.

     

    2014 had Johnnie responsible for the sound on Jonathan Glazers' UNDER THE SKIN.

     

     

     

     

    The sound design of the film Under The Skin gained him universal merit and a host of nominations including Outstanding Technical Achievement at The British Independent Film Awards.

     

    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".

     

    In October 2015, Johnnie was voted UK Film Post Engineer of the year by Resoloution Magazine.

     

    He founded the highly regarded London, Amsterdam and New York audio post house Wave Studios in 1999 with his partner Warren Hamilton.

     

    He also works on various other sound design projects, although he hasn't topped the sound palette of Skype. He works from his company Wave Studios.

     

     

     

    Below are a selection of SoundDesign projects