AboutSound designer | USA | Illinois
Lianna Squillace is a sound designer, A/V technician, educator, and musician. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Audio Design and Production from Columbia College Chicago and a Master of Arts in Sound Arts and Industries from Northwestern University. Lianna has worked as a recording and/or mixing engineer for organizations such as Sofar Sounds and for NPR’s “Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me!” live show. In addition, she has worked as the sound designer and re-recording mixer for acclaimed web-series and films such as Brown Girls, Menace, and Stay Close. Currently, Lianna freelances as a sound designer and holds adjunct appointments at both Columbia College Chicago and Northwestern University.
|2019||Northwestern University||MA, Sound Arts & Industries|
|2015||Columbia College Chicago||BA, Audio Design & Production|