HOLLYWOOD - Ascent Media's Soundelux has signed a deal with Academy Award-winning supervising sound editor Bruce Stambler. Stambler was formerly president, CEO and driving creative force behind Burbank-based SoundStorm.
"We believe that Bruce Stambler's thoughtful decision to join our family represents yet another very important vote of confidence from one of the industry's leading supervising sound editors that Soundelux and Todd-AO have redefined themselves as the major creative epicenter of our business," says Lon Bender, president of Ascent Media Creative Sound Services.
Stambler received the 1996 Academy Award for "Best Sound Editing" for his work on "The Ghost And The Darkness." Additionally, he received Academy Award nominations for "Batman Forever" (1995), "Clear And Present Danger" (1994) and "The Fugitive" (1993).
Soundelux has also brought on ADR supervisor Becky Sullivan.