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Kelly Oxford
Kelly Oxford

Supervising sound editing (recording, creating and manipulating sounds) is a dream job for Oxford, who was studying for a business degree with eyes on law when lost transcripts led to a break from school.  Looking for a job with a crazy amount of hours, he ended up at the legendary post production sound company Soundelux. Since then, Kelly has worked in sound on high profile feature films for nearly three decades. His recent credits include “Krampus” (Michael Dougherty), “Fifty Shades of Gray” (Sam Taylor-Johnson), “No Escape” (John Eric and Drew Dowdle), “Dumb and Dumber To” (Bobby and Peter Farrelly), “Iron Man” (Shane Black), “Jack Reacher” (Christopher McQuarrie), and “Chronicle” (Josh Trank).

credit list

FEATURES

  • Middle School - Steve Carr, CBS Films
  • Krampus - Michael Dougherty, Legendary Pictures
  • Fifty Shades of Grey - Sam Taylor-Johnson, Focus Features
  • No Escape - John Dowdle, Bold Films
  • Dumb and Dumber To - Peter and Bobby Farrelly, Universal Pictures
  • Ouija - Stiles White, Universal Pictures
  • Search Party - Scot Armstrong, Gold Circle Films
  • As Above, So Below - John Dowdle, Universal Pictures
  • Iron Man 3 - Shane Black, Walt Disney Studios
  • Jack ReacherChristopher McQuarrie, Paramount Pictures
  • A Little Bit of Heaven - Nicole Kassell, Nu Image/Millennium Films
  • Chronicle - Joshua Trank, 20th Century Fox
  • The Darkest Hour - Chris Gorak, Summit Entertainment, LLC
  • Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son - John P. Whitesell, 20th Century Fox
  • All Good Things - Andrew Jarlecki, Magnolia Pictures
  • Devil - John Dowdle, Universal Pictures
  • Sorority Row - Steven Hendler, Summit Entertainment, LLC
  • My Life in Ruins - Donald Petrie, Fox Searchlight Pictures
  • Friday the 13th - Marcus Nispel, Warner Bros. Pictures
  • The Longshots - Fred Durst, Dimension Films
  • The Midnight Meat Train - Ryuhei Kitamura, Lionsgate
  • The Bourne UltimatumPaul Greengrass, Universal Pictures
  • Are We Done Yet? - Steve Carr, Sony Pictures
  • The Hitcher - Dave Meyers, Rogue Pictures
  • The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning - Jonathan Liebesman, New Line Cinema
  • Hoot - Wil Shriner, New Line Cinema
  • The BenchwarmersDennis Dugan, Sony Pictures
  • The Amityville Horror - Andrew Dougles, MGM
  • The Good Humor Man - Tenney Fairchild, M-80 Films
  • I Heart Huckabees - David O. Russell, Fox Searchlight Pictures
  • Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd - Troy Miller, New Line Cinema
  • Lovely & Amazing - Nicole Holofcener, Lionsgate
  • We Were SoldiersRandall Wallace, Paramount Pictures
  • End of Days - Peter Hyams, Universal Pictures
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