Andy Hay


Andy Hay

Armed with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Berklee College of Music, Andy made the move out to Los Angeles in 1995 to continue his love of recording and mixing music. He spent ten years in the record industry alongside such notables as Rick Rubin, and Randy Jackson, and lent a hand in the mixing of many releases for Warner Bros, MCA, Sony/Columbia among others. In 2011 he received a Grammy nomination for his contribution to Michael Jackson's "WE ARE THE WORLD FOR HAITI" remix.

Andy transitioned in to sound for film following a chance meeting with an AFI student seeking sound design for her thesis film, HOPE TO DIE. This paved the way for what soon became a newfound passion and a successful career as an award-winning sound designer and re-recording mixer. Proper Post is Andy's boutique post production sound studio, serving the needs of independent filmmakers, documentarians, and creators of socially-conscious media across all platforms. To date he has completed over 80 feature films including the 2011 Sundance Grand Jury Award winner, LIKE CRAZY.

The feature documentary THE HIGHEST PASS marks Andy's introduction into feature film production as associate producer, something he is excited to do more of in the future, including returning to India this fall for the next Himalayan motorcycle journey. Andy is also co-writer and co-producer of the hit children's musical theater show PRINCESS BEAN'S MESSY WORLD.