Jeremy S. Bloom

Sound Designer, Radiolab

Jeremy Bloom is a sound designer for Radiolab. Jeremy's work focuses on crafting immersive story-driven soundscapes for podcasts, museum exhibits, films, and theatrical productions. His original sound design and music can be heard on episodes of WNYC's Nancy, Two Dope Queens, Radiolab, Sooo Many White Guys, and more.  Jeremy was nominated for a 2019 Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Sound Editing on the documentary FYRE. His original sound designs include permanent installations at the Statue of Liberty and have been presented internationally by Netflix, Google, HBO, Discovery, The National Park Service (Statue of Liberty), Magnolia Films, BBC Wales, CNN Films, History Channel, Planet Word, The Tenement Museum, America's Test Kitchen, ATG London, New York Theatre Workshop, and more. Jeremy teaches the next generation of directors how use sound at NYU's graduate film program.