Bryan Apolinar has over 12 years experience working with sound where his career has taken him all over the U.S and several countries around the world. Bryan truly enjoys working within the Sound Department and is always willing to help regardless of the position.
Born and raised in Chicago, IL, Bryan grew up in the inner city and developed a love for sound and music at a very young age. He learned to play percussion instruments at The People’s Music School. His professional training in sound began at Columbia College Chicago where he learned about live sound reinforcement, and sound for picture. Eager to get out and gain experience, he responded to an ad posted at Columbia that landed him a job as front of house sound mixer for the Concerts in the Park Series — a program by the Chicago Park District that included - City Jazz Network and Summer Dance.
His experience with sound for picture began when he worked on an Independent Feature Film titled Buscando A Leti ( In Search of Leti ) which was purchased by the Univision Network in 2006 and still continues to be aired to this date. Bryan’s second feature film work titled “Dog Jack” was released in Theatres and is broadcasted on the BET Network on a yearly basis to help kick start Black History Month. His most recent film project titled "The Resurrection of Gavin Stone" was released into theaters nationwide and is now available on Netflix and HBO.
Bryan has experience ranging from sit down interviews, feature films, television shows, commercials, and sporting events.
IATSE Local 476
NABET Local 41
I have been in the industry since 2005.