Sound Designer Matt Cimino Joins Lucky Post
Lucky Post is excited to welcome Sound Designer Matt Cimino to the company. Cimino recently contributed Sound Design to the feature film “Miss Juneteenth,” which premiered at Sundance 2020 to rave reviews before heading to Austin to screen at SXSW. His vast commercial portfolio includes spots and campaigns for Ram, GameStop, Bridgestone, Dodge, Patron and the Super Bowl Jeep “Restlessness,” among others.
“Matt is a great fit for Lucky. He is one of the best sound designers in the industry and immensely dedicated to his craft,” notes Lucky Post CEO/Partner Tammie Kleinmann. “Just as important, he’s an easygoing person who you just want to spend time with.”
“Lucky Post is a premiere place for all forms of creative content that also has a feeling of community that inspires a sense of immediate kinship,” says Matt Cimino. “For those reasons and more, I’m really happy to join Lucky.”
Formerly a Sound Designer at 3008, Cimino is known for developing narrative depth and dimension through sound. The Chicago native was exposed to the power of audio early on by his father and grandfather, both musicians. This real-world education was enhanced for Cimino in the inaugural class for audio recording at Columbia College. There, he found his calling within the wider scope of the music industry - sound design.
Throughout his career, Cimino has honed his talent at companies in Detroit, Chicago, Los Angeles and his home-away-from-home: Dallas. Over the years at 3008, he and Tim Nagle, Partner at Lucky Post, crossed paths on projects shared between both companies. Cimino’s interest in all forms of content are an ideal match for Lucky’s existing client base which spans advertising and music videos along with short and feature films. Watch