Andrei Tatu developed his passion about sound as a teenager, building his own speakers, amplifiers, and discovering the wonders of synthesizers.
Later on, pointing his attention towards post production, sound design and following the dream of becoming a sound engineer, he pursued studies in mixing at Berklee College of Music where he gained a keen interest for the nature and emotional influence of the human voice which led him into audiobook editing and now, when he’s not working for BeeAudio he spends his free time as a music producer and sound designer for independent games and personal projects.
Blame it on a life-long love of language and dialects, particularly those of the American southeast where he’s from, coupled with several decades as a musician and producer fascinated with the workings of recording studios, sound quality and the mechanics of audio recording.
All have served to prepare Bob Evoniuk for his work with BeeAudio. As the father of two successfully grown and launched children, a musician and small business owner, Bob understands the value of teamwork for a fine-tuned enterprise such as BeeAudio. When not engineering or editing for BeeAudio, Bob can be found in the kitchen cooking up something good with his sweetheart or out with his band buddies playing bluegrass music.
Bret Levick is an acclaimed recording artist/songwriter/producer/mixing engineer who’s music can be heard in hundreds of network and cable TV shows, trailers and feature films
including most recently: Lucifer, Sons Of Anarchy, Shameless, Underground and The Call. His client list includes Apple, Universal, EMI, Sony, NFL, MLB, NBA and NASCAR among others.
Bret has also enjoyed editing and mastering nearly 150 audio books for Bee Audio since 2014 where he brings his obsession for audio quality and his commitment to teamwork.
When he’s not editing, recording, mixing or producing out of his his studio (French Bulldog Sound) in Talent, OR, you might catch Bret’s roots rock band, L.E.F.T., performing in theaters, wineries, festivals and other local Southern Oregon venues.
On a more personal note, Bret is a dedicated husband and father of one and in his spare time an avid political junkie/activist.
Dominic has been working in audio and music production since 2010 when he finished a program at the Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences in Phoenix, AZ. He then went to Chicago, Nashville, New York, and Los Angeles working in various recording studios and developing his tastes and craft.
Currently living in Portland, OR, Dominic continues his work in audio and music production at a private studio working with clients locally, regionally, and internationally. The focus in all his work is to honor the writers and performers of whatever project he’s involved with, put simply, if the people working are well taken care of, the work takes care of itself. When not sitting between a pair of speakers, Dominic can be found in the kitchen trying to perfect any and all gluten-free recipes for his girlfriend, or with a wrench and a furrowed brow while working on his moped.
A coffee addicted life form, drumming enthusiast, movie trailer addict, and an Oklahoma native.
After graduating the Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences in Arizona, he set sail to sunny Los Angeles and the world of film and TV post production. During his time in LA he worked as a re-recording mixer, sound editor, and dialog/ADR recordist. When he wasn’t chopping up dialog, Justin was an active member in the music scene serving as a live/studio drummer for various musical projects.
Fast-forward to 2012 and a month long road trip later, he was lead to “sunny” Portland. Justin spends his time playing drums around town and is currently working towards an EE degree with an emphasis in frequent napping.
Mark has been editing and producing spoken word recordings for over 20 years. From his recording studio in southern Oregon, Bluejay Productions, Mark has produced many voice recordings for audio books, radio and television, and online streaming, as well as music recordings.
He holds a B.A. in Music and Recording Arts from California State University, Chico. Editing for Bee Audio offers him a nice break from the grind of recording and producing prima
donna rock stars and heady folk singer-songwriters. Mark also works as a monitor and front-of-house engineer for music and theater performances. In his free time, Mark enjoys hiking, camping, kayaking, rockhounding and performing as a keyboardist and singer.
Michael Kitson‘s ear for audiobooks was first piqued by his parents’ nighttime reading of classics such as the Narnia Chronicles and the Little House series. Michael’s interest in audio engineering began when, as a teen, he started recording his own music with a cassette 4-track.
He transitioned to digital audio recording and live sound while attending Southern Oregon University for music. Michael then worked for Blackstone Audio, engineering and editing dozens of audiobooks before relocating to Portland, Oregon where he is currently an active music performer, live sound technician and audiobook engineer.
Paula Carmicino attended New York University’s Film and Television program, specializing in video and audio editing. Since then she has worked editing audiobooks for New York Audio, Perkins School for the Blind, and now Bee Audio.
Her love of words and sound has also been the catalyst for one of her biggest passions – producing original hip hop music and rapping.
Tim started recording music on a tape to tape karaoke machine, layering the guitars and vocals separately and was hooked. He got some recording gear for Christmas and didn’t look back. He went to the Atlanta Institute of Music for Guitar and Audio Engineering and honed his skills.
But audiobooks had been a part of his life from an earlier time, when he listened to the Ninja Turtles audio tape that accompanied a comic book. He listened to that tape over and over. Little did he know, audiobooks would be such a big part of his life later on. Carpentry would be his second hobby, building things out of wood is something he finds quite relaxing. Just recently, he built a tiny house inside a tractor trailer. Based in Atlanta, Ga, he enjoys loud music, southern BBQ, and sweet tea.
Tom is bilingual (English/Swedish) and comes to the audiobook world from a background in music production and performance. He still spends much of his time playing guitar both on and under the stage.
BioAudio engineering and audiobook editing is Tuviel’s second career. A new start after serving in the Israeli Air Force as an F16 fighter plane mechanic.
After finishing his service, returning to the U.S. and getting his Federal License as an aircraft mechanic, he decided to change directions and do something creative, something truly fulfilling. Tuviel attended SAE institute in Emeryville, California completing his B.S. in Sound Arts. For the past 15 years Tuviel has thoroughly enjoyed recording bands and editing audiobooks. Tuviel currently owns and runs Interplay Recording & Multimedia located in Boulder, CO. When not recording bands or recording and editing audiobooks at the studio, Tuviel enjoys time off with his family as well as producing and composing in his favorite genre….Reggae music!!!