Specializing in remote recording for documentaries, feature films and television, Christopher Strollo has traveled extensively for National Geographic Television as well as a host of prominent production companies. In 2006 he was nominated for the 43rd Cinema Audio Society Awards for his work on the PBS Series NOVA: The Great Robot Race and again in 2010 for NOVA: Extreme Ice. His customized equipment packages can satisfy any special production needs, including a fully wireless sound department for feature films and episodic television. This package provides 8-Track 24-bit Broadcast WAV file recording with SMPTE timecode using the Aaton Cantar X2.
Dino DiStefano is a Grammy Award winning audio engineer who is well versed in both studio and location audio production for film and television.
His work for the Manchester Craftsman's Guild label earned him recognition as a premiere acoustic jazz engineer. He also works as a boom operator on feature films and as a documentary sound recordist.