My name is Tom Williams and I’m a production sound mixer. I am a Berklee College of Music alumnus with a major in music production engineering. Early in my career, I was told that in order to “make it,” I would have to move to either LA or New York. But Boston is my home, and I stayed. Since 1988, I’ve been a freelancer in film/video and — as the business and technology have evolved — I’ve specialized in sound mixing/recording. I now work primarily on feature films. I was lucky enough to meet my wife, Courtney, a wardrobe stylist and makeup artist, on set. Together, we are part of a vast local film community whose members are hardworking, industrious, creative, and socially conscious. We own homes, pay taxes, and invest in and support our local economies, both personally and professionally. Losing the tax incentive in Massachusetts will decimate the film industry here – the only job market to have shown steady growth and increased employment in the state over the last several years.
We are a collective of strong voices and we will be heard.
SAVE MASSACHUSETTS FILM JOBS.