Andrew May is a man of many assorted interests. As he lists on his LinkedIn page, some of these interests include music, art, film, photography, bikes, books, friends, and sunshine. Mr. May sings, he plays instruments, and with a reported 19, 732 songs in his iTunes library, to say he loves to listen to music would be an understatement.
He grew up in Illinois and graduated from Baylor University in 2010 with a Bachelor of Arts in Film and Digital Media. He now works as a producer at Sound Lounge in New York, overseeing all operations at the company. Interestingly enough, Andrew actually began his career at Sound Lounge as an intern, last year, while he was still a senior at Baylor. Then, after graduation, he continued on to work at Sound Lounge as a production coordinator and, later, a marketing coordinator before ultimately transitioning into his current position as a producer.
For those unfamiliar with the work of Sound Lounge, Sound Lounge is a New York City based company that provides premium audio services for commercials, television series, feature films, video games, and an array of other new forms of media. They work with major ad agencies and production companies, both inside and outside of the United States, and Sound Lounge’s feature film department has a well-regarded history of providing complete audio post-production service for some of the most influential documentaries and independent films to come out of New York City. Some of the many acclaimed films that have enlisted the services of Sound Lounge include Rachel Getting Married, Limitless, Blue Valentine, and O Brother, Where Art Thou?
[To learn more about Sound Lounge and their commendable body of work, check out their website.]
Aside from his work at Sound Lounge, Andrew May also produces movies and has acted as a Freelance Audio Engineer. The movie he is currently producing is called Where We Started, and it is a film about two strangers, a man and a woman, both married, who contemplate having an affair. Where We Started tackles the provocative question, “When there’s a line you know you shouldn’t cross…what makes you cross it anyway?”
Andrew May has a fun, quirky personal website, so if you’d like to learn even more about him and his eclectic interests, please check it out.