Peter Dunne

Current Jobs – independent audio producer/sound designer. Clients include Antenna Audio (Discovery Communications), Acoustiguide, Arts and Exhibitions International, Earprint, et al., voice director for independent films, promotional spots, podcasts, music composer and producer for film, art installations and multimedia

Previous Jobs – lead sound designer at Antenna Audio (part of Discovery Communications), Permanent Exhibits Project Manager at California Academy of Sciences

Training and Education – San Francisco State University, Friedman Technical Institute, UC Extension

Credits – Ten years with Antenna Audio, casting and directing voice talent for audio and multimedia tours. Peter has produced audio for all major American museums and attractions, including the Metropolitan Museum in New York, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Graceland, Ellis Island and the Biltmore House. He has won multiple awards for various productions including the California Academy of Sciences multimedia tour, the Kara Walker exhibit at the Whitney Museum, the Ansel Adams exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and High Societies at the San Diego Museum of Art. Peter’s independent film credits include The Cockettes, Alaska Far Away, Ambient Medium, A Refugee, Stop the Spinning World and 1984.