James Delhauer was born in Southern California and never made it very far from home. Since 2014, he has worked as a television engineer specializing in Pronology’s mRes platform. He joined Local 695 because he desperately needed friends. James is Co-editor of Production Sound & Video.
Simon Hayes AMPs CAS
Simon Hayes AMPS CAS is a second-generation Production Sound Mixer who began his career in commercials and mixed his first feature at 27 years old. He has since mixed over 55 feature films and was honored with an Academy Award for his contribution on Les Miserables. Simon is currently serving on AMPAS’s Sound Branch Executive Committee.
Richard Lightstone CAS AMPS
Richard began his career in Montreal, and continues to mix in Los Angeles. He is the Co-editor of Production Sound & Video, served on the Executive Board of Local 695, and President of the Cinema Audio Society for two terms.
Scott was born and raised in Northern Virginia, and with the encouragement of fellow members, decided to move to Los Angeles with the goal of joining Local 695. He accomplished that goal relatively quickly and joined as a Y-7A. Some of his work as a Utility Sound Technician includes Earth to Ned and Station 19. He can also solder a mean cable.
Jay Patterson CAS
CAS member Jay Patterson’s career in sound started in 1967 as a professional child voice for radio drama. He started mixing for film in 1986. He’s been a Production Mixer on over forty Movies of the Week (MOW), winning the Cinema Audio Society Award in 1997 for the ABC MOW Into Thin Air: Death on Everest, shot entirely on the Pitzdal Glacier in the Austrian Alps. Though primarily working in episodic production since 2000, he enjoys occasionally making indie features. Patterson was a five-term Vice President of IATSE Local 695, and is currently a Trustee of the Local. He currently lives in Culver City with his wife Susan, two small chihuahuas, and a very large German Shepherd.
David Wyman CAS
Born in Sevenoaks, England, David has been involved in sound recording since the age of 14 when he first stepped into a recording studio. He went onto do over-the-shoulder doc-style work in his early twenties for a small film company in London. Moving to Los Angeles in 1996, David worked full time in the sound departments of commercials, music videos, TV and film, finally branching out in 2001 as a feature film Sound Mixer. After a BAFTA nomination for Deepwater Horizon and many other critically acclaimed movies, David continues to ply his craft in the New Orleans or wherever production takes him.