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- Wednesday, Sep. 16, 2020
Annabelle Dunbar-Whittaker named EP at Vaudeville Sound Group
- LOS ANGELES
Vaudeville Sound Group--an international postproduction company specializing in creative sound design and mixing across all digital platforms, commercial, broadcast and film--has appointed Annabelle Dunbar-Whittaker as executive producer of its Los Angeles facility.
Dunbar-Whittaker will work closely alongside CEO Daniel Jones and Los Angeles studios manager Jon Plane.
In her new role, Dunbar-Whittaker will be tasked with overseeing Vaudeville’s robust slate of creative content with a focus on short-form. Already, Vaudeville L.A. has enjoyed success in short-form, collaborating on commercials for global brands such as Apple Music, Sony, Amazon, Adidas and Bentley.
Previously, she served as head of production for postproduction group Cut+Run where she was responsible for a large post team, scheduling, budgeting and delivery. With over a decade of industry experience, she has worked across commercials for brands such as Expedia, Nike, Adidas, Geico, Facebook, Louis Vuitton, Microsoft, Samsung and Audi as well as produced award-winning music videos for high-profile artists including Beyonce, Paul McCartney, Ellie Goulding, and Eminem.
CEO Jones said of Dunbar-Whittaker, “Bringing her creativity, experience and skill to Vaudeville will be a huge boost for our creative content – through the pandemic, working remotely I think now more than ever clients really appreciate the value in experienced producing across projects.”
Dunbar-Whittaker added, “I was attracted to Vaudeville’s progressive company culture that places creativity and talent as it’s center focus. They have incredible sound designers and re-recording mixers working across all kinds of creative content and I’m excited to showcase this talent to L.A. and build on their West Coast presence.”
Most recently, Vaudeville expanded its North American footprint with the launch of its first Canadian facility, Vaudeville Vancouver. With facilities in London, Los Angeles, Brighton and Vancouver, the company has strong, longstanding relationships with Amazon Studios, Warner Brothers and Netflix, with recent credits including Lovecraft (HBO), Old Guard (Netflix), Long Way Round (Apple+) and the Emmy-nominated feature documentary, Circus of Books.