With an impressive audio career spanning more than 25 years, Glen Landrum joins Harbor’s growing commercial sound talent roster with immediate effect. 

A renowned award-winning sound mixer for TV and radio commercials, he has worked on both long and short-form content for Sound Lounge, Lime NYC, Lower East Side, Servisound, and Henniger Digital Audio.

Landrum has partnered with a long list of blue-chip clients including: Mastercard, Disney, BMW, Mercedes, Loreal, Clairol, Maybelline, IBM, Bud Light, Jet Blue, Garnier, NFL, Amazon, Royal Caribbean, US Cellular, AT&T, Verizon, Comcast, VISA, USAA, eBay, Monster, ESPN, Cosentyx, and Starbucks.

Commenting on this new addition, Harbor Executive Creative Director Chris Hellman stated: “I am thrilled to be adding such an award-winning industry leader to the Harbor commercial sound team. Having collaborated with Glen for many years during his tenure at Sound Lounge, I know firsthand of the artistry and unique creativity that he brings to every single project.”

Landrum will be joining the expanding commercial audio team at Harbor led by Creative Director of Sound, Steve Perski and Senior Producer Lauren Boyle.

Harbor’s commercial division, with locations in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and the United Kingdom, offers a full suite of services globally: live-action production, creative editorial, sound record, sound mix, sound design, color grading, visual effects, graphic design, CG, animation, conform, and delivery. Harbor commercial is led by Executive Creative Director, Chris Hellman, Executive Producer Live-Action, Kelly Broad and Executive Producer Post-Production, Jesse Schwartz. Together, they oversee all commercial production across Harbor’s global studios working in tandem, supporting a holistic creative workflow.

Harbor artists and producers are available to work globally. In addition to its New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and United Kingdom studios, Harbor offers its full suite of services on-premises, remote, and hybrid, allowing clients maximum flexibility to mix-and-match as they see fit.