Alan deGraaf - Senior Re-recording Mixer - Technicolor Toronto

Alan DeGraaf

Senior Re-recording Mixer

Group:Sound Mixers


Alan deGraaf, Senior Re-recording Mixer

An eight-time nominee for Gemini and CSA awards, Alan deGraaf is recognized across Canada’s cinema and TV world for his ability to contribute to the storytelling process by creating truly distinctive soundtracks.

Alan’s audio recording career began as a mix assistant and ADR/Foley recordist in 1994 at Zaza Sound Productions, where he was promoted to senior re-recording mixer three years later. Since joining Technicolor as a re-recording mixer in 1998, he has worked with such directors as Bob Clark, George A. Romero and Tom Green.

Alan was a Gemini award winner for Best Sound in a Dramatic Program in 2010 for The Good Times are Killing Me. He has also distinguished himself on such projects as Houdini and Doyle, The Strain, Flashpoint, Hemlock Grove, X Company, The Murdoch Mysteries, The Steps, Terry-The Terry Fox Story, Unnatural History, Baby Geniuses, and Hardwood an Academy Awards-nominated documentary.