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Jake Helmen Sound Design 2020 Reel
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Devil's Advocate

Field Audio - Boom Operator - Sound Mixing - Sound Design - Foley Artist - ADR recording

Frog Baby Film Festival Best Sound Design

Frog Baby Film Festival Best of Festival

Frog Baby Film Festival Best Directing

Logline: After accidentally sending a puppy to Hell, Purgatory Clerk Sariel Merryweather must balance things out by sending sinners to heaven. 

A longer form short film working with writer and director Max Harp. Together, with a crew of over 20, we created a film I'm very proud of. In 2019, the film was accepted into the Frog Baby Film Festival and won Best Sound Design, Best Directing, and Best of Festival.

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Sound Utility - Sound Design - Foley Artist - Re-Recording Mixer

Logline: After being implicated in a murder, an old school street artist searches for clues in Chicago murals with the help of an unlikely source.

A small budget feature film created with a great team in Chicago. Watch the film on Amazon Prime here!

Fibre Box Recruitment Video

Sound Mixer

Match Point: The Rise of Men's Volleyball

Field Audio - Boom Operator - Sound Mixing

Sound Design 

Emmy Nominated Best Director

“Now Hiring: The Corrugated Packaging Industry” features corrugated industry employees talking about their jobs – what they like about them, how they got into the industry, and why the corrugated packaging industry is a good fit for anyone looking for a job that offers stability, growth opportunities, and a voice in the making of an everyday essential product.

Logline: A personal look into the growth and awareness of Men's Volleyball in the United States.

The film is yet to be released but more info and trailers can be found on its website.

Living Form - A Daily News Documentary

Crafting a Community

Assistant Camera - Sound Mixer - Editor

Field Sound - BTS Photographer

Frog Baby Film Festival Best Documentary

Emmy Winner Best Editor

Emmy Nominated Best Director

National Pinnacle second Best Multimedia Feature Story

Official Indy Shorts Selection

This film was created through Cardinal Cinema, an exclusive class in which students are given a budget to create films for the WIPB PBS station. Through this film, I was able to travel around Indiana talking to many breweries and gaining real documentary experience. It debuted on WPIB and is currently premiering across the state in many breweries with great praise.