Post-Production Editing & Mixing
Classical Recording (Audio/Video)
"The moment I stop learning is the moment my career has come to an end."
Adaptability is key, and Keegan has proven that over the course of his career as an audio engineer. After graduating from a Bachelor of Music in piano and Master of Music in Sound Recording at McGill University, he began as a classical recording engineer in Montreal for amateur and professional artists. Additionally, Keegan produced and recorded multiple albums for bands and solo artists, while also editing and mixing post-production sound for film. He also worked for a full summer at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity as a recording engineer practicum. Through these experiences, he quickly developed a sharp ear for detail and a hunger for precision.
Now, Keegan is applying this precision, especially from classical recording, to his work as a location sound recordist. Though relatively new in location sound, his technical and practical knowledge as well as his hard work ethic has made for a seamless transition into recording for film, already working back to back feature films for the past months.