San Francisco, CA, October, 2013 — San Francisco audio post leader Eric Eckstein has returned to the workforce as an associate engineer at Studio Trilogy. Eckstein is known nationally for his audio engineering expertise in the fast-paced world of advertising and entertainment.
Originally from New York, Eckstein established himself as a leading sound engineer working on high profile national advertising campaigns with an extensive stable of loyal clients. After moving to the Bay Area, he quickly became the “go to guy” for major agencies in San Francisco. Eckstein co-founded One Union Recording Studios, where he continued to expand his client roster, both as an engineer and as an executive at the highly regarded studio.
Eckstein eventually departed One Union to try his hands at “a few different things” including raising his daughters and developing his music.
Click on this comical spoof of a radio spot Eric created at Studio Trilogy to find out more:
Eckstein’s return to the business also signals his first collaboration with another San Francisco audio post veteran, Studio Trilogy’s business operations manager, Cindy McSherry, who co-founded and ran Crescendo Studios and Russian Hill Recording, former rivals of One Union Recording.
Says McSherry, “I am so thrilled to finally be working with Eric! We first met back in the 1990s when I was running Russian Hill (pre-Crescendo) and we really hit it off. I have been following his career with great admiration and now I couldn’t ask for a better collaborator to help with the continued growth of Trilogy’s post business.”
An energetic leader with the highest professional standards, Eckstein prides himself on seeing the “whole picture” while focusing on each detail in post-production, delivering on time with imagination and striking results. “My goal in the studio is to deliver the client’s creative vision, in an environment of collaboration and comfort. I couldn’t ask for a more creative environment than the one here at Studio Trilogy.”
A short list of Eckstein’s past clients includes Anderson DDB, BBDO, Leo Burnett, Foote Cone & Belding, J Walter Thompson, Ogilvy & Mather, TBWA / Chiat Day, Grey Advertising, MTV, Polygram Records, United Way, Disney, Nickelodeon, Pixar, Jim Henson Associates, and Warner Bros. Brands that have benefitted from Eckstein’s touch include Budweiser, Mercedes Benz, the California Milk Board (“Got Milk?”), Ebay, Toyota, Ford, Honda, Porsche, Nike, McDonald’s, Nintendo, AT&T, and Amazon.com.