Sony’s Tom McCarthy Elected President Of Motion Picture Sound Editors

Oscar- and BAFTA-winning sound supervisor and longtime industry exec Tom McCarthy has been elected President of the Motion Picture Sound Editors. McCarthy, who is Sony Pictures Studios’ EVP Post Production Facilities, succeeds Frank Morrone. Supervising sound editor Glenn T. Morgan was elected Secretary, succeeding Chris Reeves. McCarthy and Morgan join three continuing officers: VP Mark Lanza, Treasurer Paul Rodriguez and Sergeant at Arms Jeremy J. Gordon.

In addition to the new officers, MPSE elected several candidates to board seats. Steve Urban, Steve Avila, Mike Draghi, Solange Schwalbe, Bernard Weiser and Mandell Winter were elected to the Film Board. Mark Jasper, William Dannevik and Chris Reeves were elected to the Television Board. Charles Deenen was elected to the Game Cinematics Board. Avila, Draghi, Schwalbe, Weiser, Winter, Dannevik, Reeves and Deenen were incumbents.

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