Setting the room tone . . .

GET TO KNOW YOUR TEAMMATE

Jamison Sweet has been a Production Sound Mixer since 2007 after serving in the Marines for 15 years. Having worked on hundreds of productions from feature films, commercials, documentaries, reality television, corporate videos, political spots, he has the experience adjusting to any situation of capturing the best audio possible.

Jamison joined the Marines in 1991 after graduating high school.  Graduated MCRD San Diego February 07, 1992.  December 1992 - April 1993 Served in Operation Restore Hope, Mogadishu, Somalia, Africa.  Last 6 years of service was SNCOIC of funeral support in St. Louis, MO 3/24 Marines.

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After serving in the military, Jamison started in the audio world as a DJ in the St. Louis area.  Around 2007 was hired on as a sound technician capturing audio of both small and large conferences throughout the USA.  Some time later, worked with an individual that was in the film/TV industry as a sound mixer and started following and learning the ropes in audio production.   The rest they say is history!

 

Although located in St. Louis, Jamison is willing to travel worldwide for almost any production shoot and has an active passport and extensive traveling experience.

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 DECORATIONS & AFFILIATIONS

  • Navy and Marine Corps Achievement w/Gold Star

  • Joint Meritorious Unit Award

  • Navy Unit Commendation w/Bronze Star

  • Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal

  • Selected Marine Corps Reserve Medal w/2 Bronze Stars

  • National Defense Service Medal w/Bronze Star

  • Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal

  • Global War on Terrorism Service Medal

  • Navy & MC Overseas Service Ribbon

  • Armed Forces Reserve Medal

  • FAA Part 107 Certified sUAS Drone Pilot

  • Wounded Warrior Alumini

  • Veterans in Film & Television

  • MCL 183 South St.. Louis Detachment

  • SAG Eligible

  • FCC Registration Number: 0022644355

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“Unlike all the other art forms,

film is able to seize

and render the passage of time,

to stop it,

almost to possess it in infinity.

I’d say that film is the sculpting of time.”

 

. Andrei Tarkovsky .