Brian Szepatowski has several decades of sound and recording engineering experience in the music industry. During that time he has accomplished live and studio recordings. Two live albums from The Joey Thomas Big Band were submitted to the Grammy Awards. To further his career, in 2011 Circuitry Films, LLC business partner Rachel Krupsky introduced Brian to the independent Film / TV / Web world. As a result, he has adapted his live sound work to the needs of production audio and post production work.
Brian’s Film / TV / Web accomplishments include local independent shorts, films, and web series. For instance the popular web series Super Knocked Up and the tv show The Adventures of Snow White & Rose Red are streaming on Amazon Prime video service. In addition to the indie film work, Brian has worked on cable TV shows. Such as I Killed My BFF (Sound Mixer, S1Ep.8) on the Bio Channel. The Hallmark Channel’s Hero Dog Awards (2013) (Sound Mixer). As well as several segments of Travel Channel’s popular Mysteries of the Museum (Sound Mixer).
Rachel Krupsky has been a professional in the entertainment industry for many years. She is an actress / model / writer. At the tender age of 11 Rachel got her first short story (The Love of The Body Guard) published in Teen Magazine. From there she has won awards from Northeast American Writers and American Poet Society, which landed Rachel in the Who’s Who book of up and coming American Writers. She also wrote for the New Paltz Players Summer Stock and other Theatrical companies. Rachel got the chance to intern as a writer on Saturday Night Live among other shows. Which launched her into co-owning and managing Elaina Erickson Modeling and Talent Agency.
Welcome to the collaborative efforts of Brian and Rachel, their company Circuitry Films, LLC and their network of industry professionals.