SHEIR and SHIM llc


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What happens when two people who've spent their entire careers immersed in the worlds of story and sound find each other?


Well, first comes love... then comes marriage...


Then comes Sheir and Shim LLC.


We specialize in sound-rich storytelling, compelling content, and handmade music and sound elements. From concept to final mix, we offer unparalleled audio production, all under one roof.


A bit more about us:


Rebecca Sheir has brought thousands of stories to life on the public-radio airwaves. You may have caught her work on Morning Edition, All Things Considered, Here & Now, The Splendid Table and Marketplace. In addition to anchoring national newscasts for NPR, she's guest-hosted Weekend All Things Considered and The Kojo Nnamdi Show. As host and producer of the award-winning public-affairs programs AK and Metro Connection, she's whisked listeners around the wilds of Alaska and the streets of Washington, D.C. Rebecca has hosted the Folger Shakespeare Library's "Shakespeare Unlimited" podcast, as well as Slate Magazine's "Placemakers," and done voiceover work for film, television and dozens of audio books. She holds a B.A. in film from Columbia University, and an M.F.A. in Creative Nonfiction from the University of Iowa.


Eric Shimelonis is a composer and musician, and has worked in film, radio, television, theater, and dance. He has performed in venues from CBGB to the Kennedy Center, and audiences have delighted in performances of his compositions at the Juilliard School, the Rattlestick New Music Series, and at a sold-out concert at Carnegie Hall. With more than 300 sound designs in the theater, Eric has won the Helen Hayes Award, and has been nominated for Drama Desk, Lucille Lortel, Big Easy and Henry Hewes Design Awards. He has received grants from the Theatre Communications Group and National Endowment for the Arts, American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers, and the Boomerang Fund for Artists. Eric has served on the faculty at the University of Maryland at College Park, and as an educational writer and director with the Washington Bach Consort; he is also the resident composer of NYC's Voice Of The City Ensemble.

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