Lawrence Everson (MPSE) is a Los Angeles based sound editor and re-recording mixer for feature films. He has worked on a wide variety of award-winning projects that have taken home prizes from Sundance, SXSW, Tribeca, and many more. His breadth also includes broadcast work and interactive audio design, including a Super Bowl spot, as well as sound creation for immersive infantry training environments for the United States Army.

Educated at the School of Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California, he has returned there to guest lecture for the Interactive Media Division. Lawrence has also spoken as a featured panelist at Hot Docs and the Maryland Film Festival regarding the art of documentary sound, lectured classes at the Murray Center for Documentary Journalism at the University of Missouri and David Lynch’s MA in Film program, been an advisor for the Saul Zaentz Innovation Labs, and has been profiled by Filmmaker Magazine, Creative Cow Magazine and Pro Sound News.

When not working in the studio, Lawrence is usually out traveling or working abroad. He has recorded location sound and library effects around the world, including glacier fields on Mt. Everest, 800lb lions in Zimbabwe, and brass bands in the New Orleans night. He has also shot and edited documentary projects in rural Uganda and across the mountains of Bhutan.

Lawrence loves team-based environments, challenges that involve numerous skill sets, and working on creative projects with creative people. He also loves ice cream.