Leslie Bloome is co-founder of Alchemy Post Sound and an award-winning Foley artist with more than 300 credits in feature films, television, documentaries, animation and gaming. He has contributed to a number of Academy Award-nominated films including Still Alice, The Apostle and Transamerica. He recently received two 2016 Emmy Award nominations for his work on the A&E documentary Cartel Land and the Netflix documentary series Making a Murderer. In 2013, he was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Individual Achievement in a Craft, Music and Sound, for The American Experience: The Jesse Owens Story.
Leslie has nearly 30 years of experience as an independent Foley artist and has worked on many of the industry’s premiere Foley stages, including Sony Pictures Studios, The Saul Zaentz Center, c5 Sound and Soundtrack. His recent credits include the independent feature Elvis & Nixon, the Australian feature The Light Between Oceans, the Netflix television series Master of None and the Lionsgate thriller Nerve. Additionally, Leslie performs live, theatrical Foley. Notable works include German artist John Bock’s performance piece Lecker Puste (Delicious Breath) and a This American Life broadcast, recorded at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Leslie is also a passionate musician and recording engineer. He has recorded several award-winning albums including KJ Denhert’s Another Year Gone By and Roxy Perry’s In My Sweet Time.