Bin Lin and Xueying Ou.
Bin Lin is a film editor, production sound mixer, and sound designer who has worked in the TV industry since 2013. The show he edits has been broadcast worldwide through the China Central Television. His sound design work has also been well recognized and screened at the National Palace Museum in Taipei, the Directors Guild of America, and Sotheby's Hong Kong.
He is currently working on CAN'T OUT SLIK A CAN OF OIL, a feature film about an 18-year old boy Miles, who recently admitted himself into a mental hospital and is coping with his bipolar disorder as well as the past events that led him there.
He profoundly believes the subtleness of editing and sound designing will add enormous emotional energy to the storytelling. Since emotion engagement is the foundation of narrative storytelling, the art of film editing and sound designing is the art to emotionally engaged the audience into the story. Bin committed himself to the path of striving the perfect emotional expression through film editing and sound designing.
Xueying Ou is a passionate sound designer and a film editor. In the past four years, She has been collaborated as the editor and/or sound designer on more than 20 projects, including animation, commercials, short films, features, and TV pilots. Her works have won or selected by USA Film Festival, Latin America Short Film Festival, Riverside International Film Festival. The short film Skin Hunger, which she sound designed, has been well received and screened at Directors Guild of America and Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography in Moscow.
She started learning about visual language while studying in Communication University of China. After she got her B.A. degree, she chose to come to Los Angeles to study Film Production at Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, where she dived deeply into the motion picture storytelling and sound design. Upon graduated, she started her career from film and tv audio localization. She worked as the Foreign Version Dialogue Editor on several Netflix TV series, films, and documentaries including The Last Dance (Emmy Nomination), Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga, White Lines and many more.
As a filmmaker and storyteller, she believes that editing and sound designing are two cogs that deeply collaborated for storytelling. With knowledge of both, she seeks to bring the most vivid visual and audio experience out of the media content to the audience.
The post-production is her arena to play with the sound and visual. Currently, she is working as a freelance sound designer and film editor.
Currently based in Los Angeles, California.