Audio Post-production for Imbotero Research Center: Merging Coastal Communities & Science (2022)

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REEL Guyana recently released their latest documentary, Imbotero Research Center: Merging Coastal Communities & Science (2022). Split An Atom was proud to be asked to provide audio post-production services for the documentary, with me and Mary Ann Mahoney providing re-recording mixing, dialogue editing, and sound editing and Stuart Routledge providing re-recording mixing.

Two buildings, formerly located at Shell beach, were repurposed in 2020 by the Guyana Marine Conservation Society (GMCS) to create the Imbotero Research Center (IRC). The IRC provides accommodation for international researchers while they conduct field research in the Barima-Mora Passage Area (BMPA) and the Shell Beach Protected Area.

The documentary features interviews with researcher and archaeology PhD student from the University of Southampton, Robert Holtzman; environmentalist, Annette Arjoon; and Marine Biologist, Sarah Singh.


Image Credits: REEL Guyana

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