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Dominika Latusek London, United Kingdom

A professional Sound Designer for Film, TV and Games. Recent NFTS Alumni. Classical/Crossover & Session Violinist. Casual music composer. Sound Designer at Cahootify.

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Hello and welcome to my Cahootify profile! So excited to have sparked your interest in my work. Send me a message, and let's chat how we can collaborate!

A bit about me...

I am a professional sound designer for film, TV, games and interactive media, with a special passion for immersive sound. I can do sound edit, sound design and mix short films, features, games, installations and commercials. I am also a professional violinist with a 17 years of experience. I have performed solo, in small ensembles, orchestras and choirs in Poland, UK and the USA.

This spring, I graduated from the National Film & Television School in England, from a 2-year full time MA in Sound Design. Prior to that, I have studied and performed music since I was 7 years old. In 2018 I graduated from BMus Music at the University of Manchester, where I studied violin performance and electro-acoustic composition as my two main interests. My performing interests lie within the classical, jazz and crossover backgrounds. I also compose music casually in various styles and teach violin and music theory in spare time.

Filmmaking Highlights

Recently, I mixed a short film "Stories of You and I" in Dolby Atmos, directed by John Davies and narrated by Jonathan Pryce, which got shortlisted for a GSA Student BAFTA LA 2021; and I co-sound-designed 'CoVRt Operation' VR game, which is nominated for a GSA Student BAFTA LA in games category. My previous work includes award-winning short films such as "Those In Grass Houses" (2020), "Jicho" (2020) and "The Retreat" (2020) which were screened at multiple international film festivals, as well as, awarded best student production prices and featured on the shortoftheweek platform; my work also includes an american-estonian feature film "Chasing Unicorns" (2019) directed by Rain Rannu, which after a successful cinema release in Estonia, is now available on Amazon Prime.

If you would like to collaborate and see any of my work in full, do not hesitate to get in touch! I am passionate about all things audio-visual and keen to get involved in cool projects this summer and beyond. 

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