Woody Woodhall, CAS is President of Allied Post Audio in Santa Monica, CA. and is a supervising sound editor, sound-designer and re-recording mixer for independent feature films, documentaries, television programming, and multimedia. A supporter and advocate for independent filmmaking recent projects include "Best Worst Movie" an award winning documentary that is exhibiting across the US and "Next Year Country" seen on PBS.
For television he's VO recorded, sound edited and mixed hundreds of episodes of programming for USA Network, VH-1, E!, Travel Channel, and Comedy Central to name a few. He is currently mixing the hit reality series on Food Network, "Private Chefs of Beverly Hills" as well as the series "Battle of the Wedding Designers" for TLC.
He is co-founder and moderator for the Los Angeles Post Production Group (LAPPG), a "non-platform specific" membership group dedicated to expanding knowledge and expertise in the post finishing process. Monthly meetings provide networking and demos sharing knowledge, ideas, tips and techniques. Topics cover the post spectrum from color grading and on-lining to post production workflows for RED or DSLR footage to audio encoding demonstrations presented by companies like manufacturers such as Dolby and Sony to software creators such as Adobe, Gen Arts and digieffects.
A guest lecturer on audio post practices and techniques he has presented for the Producers Guild of America (PGA), Filmmakers Alliance, Loyola Marymount College (LMU), Musicians Institute, and Doculink. A filmmaker as well as a sound professional some recent notable achievements include awards for Best Foreign Film at the European International Film Festival for "Silent Radio" a film which he co-produced, sound designed, and mixed. His documentary "Why Do I Exist?" won best picture editing at the 2009 Los Angeles Reel Film Festival.