Bienvenue Morgane!


We’re happy to welcome Morgane as an Associate Producer and the newest member of our AF Brooklyn team. She hails from Paris, France and moved to New York to attend the New School for Vocal Performance and conquer the world. 

She spends her spare time performing with her band, Lily & the Parlour Tricks, collecting postcards and is on a constant quest to find the perfect profiteroles. 

The Untold Story of Queens

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Astoria and Long Island City are in the midst of an economic boom, but there are still many children growing up in generational poverty right in our backyard.  Zone 126 is a non-profit organization that is driving community transformation for children and families in these concentrated pockets of poverty.  

Antfood joined forces with Laura Alejo and Marcus Landsdell to spread the word about the great work Zone 126 is doing. We created a fun, urban track and Foley sound design to help tell this untold story of Queens. For more information, visit the Zone 126 website.

360 Degree Sound in Shanghai

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To help launch Under Armour into the Chinese retail market, Antfood created an immersive, 3-D sonic experience in Shanghai. Working with HUSH, we composed 16 discrete channels of audio, spread throughout the installation, creating a visceral glimpse into the lives of Under Armour athletes including Michael Phelps.

We built a custom 10.1 surround system to create targeted and immersive sound for the “sensory decompression chamber,” created with a tunnel of bright LED walls and high intensity imagery. 

Antfood Gets in “Shape”

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If, for one day, you had the power to make your world work better, what would you change? "Shape" is part of an initiative to get young people thinking about how the world is made around them, and where design fits in. The film and website were commissioned by Pivot Dublin and Dublin City Council to promote wider acceptance and use of design as a tool for positive change.


Antfood collaborated with the amazing Johnny Kelly to tightly accompany the narrative and motion. We composed for strings, winds and brass, threw in our studio staples of pianos, guitars, analog synths, percussion and topped it off with foley-ed sound design. We hope that our care and attention to the music and sound design reflects and enhances the overall concept of design improving our day-to-day lives.

Welcome Charlie G!

We are happy to introduce Charlie Geyer as an Associate Producer and a new member of the Brooklyn team. A Cape Cod local, Charlie G. moved to New York for an MA in Music Business at NYU and to pursue his dream of becoming one of two people named Charlie to work at Antfood. 

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Antfood at the Oscars

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Antfood is honored to have teamed up with Buck and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to score “Animated Heroes,” a short film showcasing Mickey Mouse, Peter Pan, Shrek and other iconic characters over the past 75 years of animation.

We composed the music and had it recorded by the Academy’s orchestra at the legendary Capitol Studios. We then put on our final production touches at Antfood in Brooklyn, before sending it back to Hollywood for the show.

The piece aired during the Oscars on Sunday, March 2nd, and it was introduced by our real life hero Jim Carrey. Not too shabby…

New Studio in Brooklyn

Our new studio space in Williamsburg has transformed from a sketch on a piece of paper into a real working space, thanks to the hard work of our friends at Crossley Acoustics and the Captain Ivan James. 

Live Room

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Antfood at the White House

Goodwill for All

Antfood Wins Best-In-Show at AMP Awards

Good Books “Metamorphosis” took home several awards during Creative Week, including Best-In-Show and Best Use of Music/Sound for Web or Interactive Branding at the inaugural AMP Awards, as well as a Silver Pencil at the One Show for Best Interactive Sound Design. The work has also been honored at the London International Awards and Playgrounds Fest, and has been shortlisted at next month’s AICP Awards. For a fun, behind-the-scenes look into how we created the sounds for “Metamorphosis,” check out the video below: