Toronto-based Tattersall Sound and Picture has hired veteran re-recording mixer and sound supervisor Matthew Chan. Chan has a diverse resume encompassing features, episodic television and documentaries. His recent credits include the upcoming Lionsgate release Operation Avalanche and director Atom Egoyan’s Remember, which screened at this year’s Venice Film Festival and the Toronto International Film Festival.
“Matthew adds a new dimension to our mixing team,” said Tattersall Sound and Picture founder Jane Tattersall. “He brings creativity, passion and technical excellence to his work. He will be a great asset to both established and emerging filmmakers.”
Chan has collaborated with some of Toronto’s top directors including Egoyan, Bruce McDonald and Kari Skogland, as well as many up-and-coming filmmakers. He was the mixer on Agnieszka Holland’s 2011 Academy Award-nominated film In Darkness.
Other notable feature credits include Avi Lewis’ This Changes Everything (TIFF 2015), Andrew Cividino’s Sleeping Giant (Cannes/TIFF 2015) and Igor Drjlaca’s The Waiting Room (Locarno/TIFF 2015). His work in television includes The Expanse for Syfy/Alcon Entertainment and Saving Hope for CTV/EOne Entertainment.
Chan spent 10 years at Theatre D Digital, Toronto, and served as head of sound from 2008 to 2014. He began his career with Trail Mix Editing, Toronto.