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Ande Schurr is a professional and experienced sound recordist with a passion for the film and TV industry. His columns on The Big Idea focus on 'How Freelancers Succeed'.
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Professional and capable sound recordist since 2005 with a wide level of experience in:
Feature Films (15 features)
TV drama, TV studio shows
It is my passion and privilege to be working in the film and TV industry.
My home is in Auckland but I work throughout NZ and internationally.
I look forward to working with you.
To help freelancers build a strong, financially rewarding business with sound work ethics.
If you're tuning into the live coverage of the Rugby World Cup, spare a thought for those working behind the scenes. Ande Schurr talks to one cog in the machine, audio engineers.
Ande Schurr shares his 'lessons learned' from six years of freelancing and asks you to share yours.
In the middle of the recession last year, popular director-producer partnership, Mike Oldershaw and Johnny Blick, started up their own company Waitemata Films. Ande Schurr interviewed them.
We can lose more than our income if we neglect the basics of building a business and jump ship too soon, says Ande Schurr.
Grammy award winning music producer and engineer 'Bassy' Bob Brockmann shares some of his lessons learned and future thinking with Ande Schurr.
Capturing 100 percent clean location sound is the ideal, especially if shooting lower budget films, but is it always possible? Ande Schurr offers some technical tips.
Ande Schurr delves deeper into the film industry and interviews three line producers who have a healthy track record of bringing home international commercials.
Ande Schurr writes about the common fear of cold calling and how to tame it. He says by using one
Ande Schurr suggests a way to break bad business habits by trialling a trick he learnt in a book
The Blondini boys are back. From the place film-makers go to when their funded short films don't
Ande Schurr highlights a year of business lessons from his 'How Freelancers Can Succeed' columns