Director, Audio Technology Program
Department of Performing Arts
Ana Cetina is a sound designer, sound mixer, and an educator. She holds a BS in Audio Technology from American University and an MFA in Sound Design from the Savannah College of Art and Design. Ms. Cetina has been involved in the audio industry for over 12 years and has worked in theaters, concert venues, film sets, recording studios and post-production houses as the sound designer, mixer, and audio engineer. Her passion lies in documentary filmmaking and her recent work includes The Salinas Project, a feature length documentary directed by Carolyn Brown about the children of immigrant Latino farm workers in Salinas, CA. Some of her other work includes the sound mix for Academy Award nominated film Sustaining Life and Link TV’s ViewChange Film Contest category winner, Rising to the Top, as well as the sound design for the musicals Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown and The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Currently, Ms. Cetina is working on the documentary film Endeleza, a film she produced and directed in Nairobi, Kenya.