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About Jeremy

The world's soundscapes constantly respond to their surroundings and inhabitants. My designs recreate these dynamic reactions with careful research and craft. On stage, screen, or the airwaves, my primary goal is always to use sound to support storytelling and viscerally transport the listener to a new emotion, time, and place. With this mission always in mind, the services I offer include:

  • Custom tailored original sonic content including effects, soundscapes, and music composition. 
  • Full content & system sound design for theatre.
  • Audio editing & mixing for film, TV, & radio/podcast. 
  • Sonic branding.
  • Custom soundscape installations for museums and events.

Portfolio

Press

Firstly, I have to commend Jeremy S Bloom’s atmospheric sound design, with torrential rain seeming to envelop the whole theatre as the audience arrives. A heavy air pervades the open set with Dodge (Ed Harris) staring bleakly out from a sofa...
— FromTheBoxOffice.com: (Buried Child, West End)
...Perfectly calibrated sound design.
— The New Yorker. (Sojourners & Her Portmanteau)
The sound design (by Jeremy S. Bloom) [is] eerie and pervasive.
— Ken Jaworowski, New York Times. (Carcass)
Sharp sound design...
— -Jennifer Vanasco, WNYC News. (Sojourners)
Jeremy Bloom’s Sound Design is practically a cast member...it’s richly suggestive.
— Alix Cohen, Woman About Town: (JOB)
Jeremy S. Bloom’s retro sound design creates the perfect emotional underscoring for each scene. He stealthily introduces music through onstage radios or the stereo of a neighboring apartment seeping through Adiagha’s paper-thin walls, keeping the realism of the piece while giving it a cinematic quality
— Zachary Stewart, theatermania.com. (Sojourners & Her Portmanteau)
a wonderful soundscape... One of the most creative moments of the night...
— Michael Block, Theater in the Now: (Restoration Comedy)
...slick production and creative sound design for a rich listening experience.
— David Uberti, Columbia Journalism Review: (WNYC's Nancy Podcast)
Beautiful subtle work
— Times Square Chronicles. (Sojourners & Her Portmanteau)
Evocative, expansive, and sometimes surprising.
— Martha Wade Steketee, Urban Excavations. (JOB)
The most original sound design...
— -Helen Epstein, Arts Fuse. (Peerless)
An integral part of the play.
— Alix Cohen, Woman Around Town. (Man Under)
Expert sound design.
— Darryl Reilly, Theatrescene.net (Sojourners)
Lighting designer Charlie Forster and sound designer Jeremy S. Bloom impressively create the illusion of subway trains in the tiny theater space.
— Frank Scheck, NY Post. (Man Under)
[Noir] may be the first musical to have sound effects created by on-stage Foley Artist written into the score. Jeremy S. Bloom supplies sounds like door slamming, heavy breathing and loud footsteps.
— Michael Dale, Broadway World. (Noir)
Expert sound design...especially adept at suggesting what it must be like to find oneself terryingly close to a moving subway car.
— David Barbour, Lighting & Sound America: (Man Under)
Bloom’s trilling lines are as catchy as they are bracing.
— NY Music Daily
Jeremy S. Bloom especially deserves recognition for his phenomenal sound design.
— ApplaudSquadReviews.com (Peerless)
Bloom works with various real-life kitchen tools and utensils to create the frenetic chaos of a real restaurant. Unlike most productions, in which sound artists are brought in toward the end of rehearsal to contribute background noise, Bloom rehearsed with the actors every day.
— Kelly Chung Dawson, China Daily. (The Golden Dragon)

Selected Projects

Radio, Podcast, Film & Exhibits:

PROJECT: DIRECTOR: PRODUCING ORG: ROLE: WITH:
Nancy (Season 2) Kathy Tu/Tobin Low WNYC Studios Sound Designer/Mixer
Guilty Party Punchdrunk Int. CIVIC / TBS Sound Designer
Conflict Nick Fitzhugh/Redfitz Ovation Sound Editor Tom Paul
James Taylor Nat. Tour Switser & Knight Switser & Knight Multimedia Sound Design
Radiolab (Gondolier) Jad Abumrad WNYC Studios Original Music Dylan Keefe
Nancy (Season 1) Kathy Tu/Tobin Low WNYC Studios Sound Designer/Mixer
Persuade Me (Pilot) WNYC Studios Original Music
Nellie Bly Penny Lane SFX/Dialog Editor Tom Paul
America's War on Drugs History Channel SFX Editor Tom Paul
116 Cameras Davina Pardo Birdlings SFX/Dialog Editor Tom Paul
Museum Of The Bible Nick Fitzhugh Redfitz Films Content Sound Designer Tom Paul
103 Orchard Exhibit Annie Polland The Tenement Museum Exhibit Sound Designer
Cook's Science Live Switser & Knight America's Test Kitchen Sound Designer
Hewlett Packard Ads Nazanin Rafsanjani Gimlet Creative Sound Designer
Two Dope Queens Joanna Solotaroff WNYC Studios Sound Designer
Marian Rick Rodgers Audio Editor Tom Paul
Just Add Water Penny Lane Great Big Story / CNN SFX Editor Tom Paul
This is Hunger Chris Green Mazan Audio Editor Tom Paul
The Surrounding Game Will Lockhart Moyo Pictures Sound Designer Eric Hirsch
Audi Food Loves Tech Sam Buntrock ion|c Exhibit Sound Designer
Radiolab: Bubbles Jad Abumrad WNYC Studios Guest Sound Designer Dylan Keefe
Radiolab: Kpop Jad Abumrad WNYC Studios Original Music Dylan Keefe
All American Family Andrew Jenks & Dan Zinn Jenks Ent. / CNN Sound Designer, Mixer
Red Gloves Billy Shultz Sound Designer, Mixer
Under Milk Wood Michael Sheen BBC Wales / 92nd St Y Foley & Sound Designer

Theatrical Sound Design:

PROJECT: DIRECTOR: PRODUCING ORG:
Her Portmanteau Ed Iskandar NY Theatre Workshop
Sojourners Ed Iskandar NY Theatre Workshop
Buried Child (West End) Scott Elliott Ambassador Theatre Group
Caught (Drama League Best Prod nominated) Lee Sunday Evans Play Company
Peerless Louisa Proske Barrington Stage Co.
Taming of the Shrew Ed Iskandar Shakespeare Theatre Co. (DC)
The Golden Lotus Ed Iskandar Bway Asia
Veil'd Sarah Krohn Women's Group
Buried Child (NYC) Scott Elliott The New Group
Sojourners Ed Iskandar Playwright's Realm
Charles Francis Chan Jr... Ed Iskandar NAATCO
Stuck Elevator Ed Iskandar NYTW @ Dartmouth
Trestle at Pope Lick Creek Jacquelyn Landgraf Atlantic Acting School
Rain Esfefania Fadul Columbia Drama MFA
Hikikomori Jonathan Rosenberg NYU Drama MFA
Double Love Suicide Dawn Saito NYU Drama MFA
Phoebe in Winter Dawn Saito Fordham @ Lincoln Center
Takes on Silence Nellie Perera IRT Theatre
Trippin' Through Mud Shona Tucker Studio Tisch
The Mysteries Ed Iskandar The Flea Theater
Carcass Paul Takacs New Worlds Theatre
A Cautionary Tail Ben Kamine The Flea Theater
The Golden Dragon (Assc.) Ed Iskandar Play Company
White/Hot Courtney Ulrich The Flea Theater
Smoke Richard Aven Mixed Pheonix
The Man Under Ben Kamine Athena @ 59E59
The Flying Latke Ben Kamine The Flea Theater
Restoration Comedy Ed Iskandar The Flea Theater
Heresy Jim Simpson The Flea Theater
Job Ben Kamine The Flea Theater
Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolff Molly Shoemakter Vassar
In a Word Ethan Heard Williamstown
Greylock Theatre Project Chris Kauffman Williamstown
Homebody Kabul Emily Antenucci Vassar

Foley:

PROJECT: DIRECTOR: PRODUCING ORG:
NOIR Chloe Treat NAMT
NOIR Rachel Chavkin NY Stage & Film
Stuck Elevator Ed Iskandar NYTW @ Dartmouth
Under Milk Wood Michael Sheen BBC Wales / 92nd St. Y
The Golden Dragon Ed Iskandar Play Company

Technical:

Protools 12 HD, Logic Pro X, Ableton Live, Waves Gold, Fabfilter, Izotope Rx 6 Advanced, Speakerphone, Kontakt, Reaktor, Altiverb, Omnisphere, Slapper, Phoenixverb, Ircam TS, Granite, The Mangle, Paulstretch, Sound Particles, Waverider, Defaulter, Focal CMS Monitors, SPL Surround monitoring, Mackie Control Universal, Vectorworks, Omnigraffle. 

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CONTACT:

Drop me a line at:

Jeremy<dot>S<dot>Bloom<at>gmail.com

Theatrical Representation:

Paradigm Talent Agency

Jonathan Mills

jmills<at>paradigmagency.com   212.897.6400

360 Park Avenue South, 16th Floor. New York, NY 10010