Emmy Award-winning talent Brian Beatrice is one of New York City’s most respected mixers and sound designers. In addition to short-form work for Nickelodeon, Food Network, USA Network, Syfy Channel and truTV, Brian has more recently mixed numerous spots for a wide range of commercial clients including Calvin Klein, Hugo Boss, Tom Ford, Tiffany, Dior, American Eagle, Baron and Baron, and Publicis. Beatrice is also known for his work on such long-form programs as WNET/PBS’s Nature, Secrets of The Dead, Wide Angle and National Geographic Channel’s Secret Service series. His documentary work includes projects for PBS, VH1, Lifetime, and The History Channel, as well as numerous independent films.
Whether it’s bringing his creative expertise to a room of seasoned clients, making a first-timer comfortable in front of the microphone, or easily connecting with celebrity talent, Brian’s professionalism, easy going demeanor, and command of his craft will elevate your next project.
In 2018, Brian joined creative forces with the wealth of talent that is Digital Arts. Prior to Digital Arts, Beatrice mixed at Nutmeg, audioEngine, Bionic, and Tonic in New York City. He cut his teeth at the legendary National Video Center and Recording Studios. In his spare time, Beatrice is actively engaged in various exploratory studio projects, obsessing over some noise generator, composing original music, and touring with his widely acclaimed band.
Emmy Winner; 2006, Outstanding Achievement in a Craft, Music and Sound
Emmy Nominee; 2005, Outstanding Achievement in a Craft, Music and Sound
Emmy Award Nominee 2001, Best Sound Design, Special Class
Emmy Award Nominee, 2000, Best Sound Design, Special Class