Re-recording mixer and sound editor, Lindsey Alvarez grew up in a musical household singing 4-part harmony with her sisters while her mother accompanied them on the piano. This foundation spurred a passion for music that led to a collegiate scholarship for clarinet performance. Her love of movies, however, began before she could barely spell — roaming the aisles of her father’s video store in her preteen summers. After graduating from the University of Miami’s program in Music Engineering Technology and Computer Science in 2005, she started work at Lime Studios in Santa Monica. There, she mixed award winning commercial campaigns for the likes of Coke, Microsoft, Old Spice and Chrysler. In 2013, she moved into the world of film and TV. At Bad Robot, she collaborated with director JJ Abrams for the sound of BB-8 in "Star Wars the Force Awakens". Her work was featured in 60 Minutes and Post Magazine. She has won a Golden Reel award for her editing work in “War for the Planet of the Apes”. She was also nominated for her work on the film, “10 Cloverfield Lane”, and the TV show, “The Alienist: Angel of Darkness” for outstanding mix.