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Specializes in:

Game audio

Other skills

Field Recordist; Interactive, Game, & Film Sound Design

Highlighted references

• The Northwest Soundscapes Project
• inFAMOUS: Second Son
• inFAMOUS 2

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About Andy Martin

Field recordist | Northwest Soundscapes | USA | Washington

Sound Designer, Field Recordist, Dork
A lifelong noise-maker at heart, Andy first discovered sound design while attending Berklee College of Music. He has since crisscrossed the United States making nifty noises for film, television, video games, commercials, VR, libraries, and more. An avid field recordist, when he’s not making things on a screen go whoosh, Andy can be found out in the woods with his daughter, patiently listening for birds and insects, stalking railways for excellent train pass-bys, and putting contact microphones on weird sounding objects. Lately Andy’s been documenting the sounds of the United States’ Pacific Northwest with The Northwest Soundscapes Project.


Year Project name Client Role
2014 inFAMOUS: First Light Sucker Punch Productions Senior Sound Designer
2014 inFAMOUS: Second Son Sucker Punch Productions Senior Sound Designer
2011 inFAMOUS 2 Sucker Punch Productions Lead Sound Designer
2009 inFAMOUS Sucker Punch Productions Lead Sound Designer
1998 Grim Fandango LucasArts Entertainment Company Sound Designer
2011 inFAMOUS: Festival of Blood Sucker Punch Productions Lead Sound Designer
2007 Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters Cartoon Network/ Adult Swim Additional Sound Design
2015 Grim Fandango: Remastered Double Fine Productions, Inc. Sound Designers
2007 Hellgate: London Flagship Studios, Ping0 Sound Mixer
2007 Medal of Honor: Airborne Electronic Arts Los Angeles Additional Audio
2017 First Contact Oculus Sound Designer
2018 State of Decay 2 Undead Labs Field Recordist
2018 Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire Obsidian Entertainment Sound Designer: Ambiences
2018 Moss Polyarc Games Special Thanks (as Northwest Soundscapes) (for field recordings)
More credits on IMDB


Year School Course
1996 Berklee College Music Production & Engineering

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