Brooklyn Sound & Image is a boutique post-production studio operated by Neil Benezra in Brooklyn NY.

As a NYC sound designer, rerecording mixer and composer for film, museum, gallery, and theater, he has collaborated with acclaimed artists and directors, including Abel Ferrara, James Franco, Richard Foreman, Dara Birnbaum, Laurie Simmons, Joan Jonas, Louise Bourgeois, On Kawara, Josiah McElheny, Moyra Davey, and Jack Pierson. As a musician, he has worked with Joey Ramone, sound artist Stephen Vitiello, and longtime Swans guitarist Norman Westberg, among many others. Brooklyn Sound & Image’s award-winning audio post and color film work has been internationally released in theaters and film festivals worldwide, including in Venice, Cannes, Tribeca, Sundance, SXSW, Berlin, and Toronto. BSI broadcast work includes over 300 internationally televised episodes. BSI film and broadcast work has been distributed and or screened by such networks as Showtime, IFP, PBS, Discovery, MTV, NBC, Disney, and TLC. Museum and gallery work includes working closely with artists, composing and designing immersive sound to accompany site-specific installations and film and video soundtrack scores, as well as designing and coordinating sound systems. In his composition work, Benezra utilizes rhythmic and melodic patterns in the urban world. He surveys the role of sound in the interplay of people and the spaces they inhabit and attempts to incorporate those dynamics in his work. He attempts to trigger the listener to reevaluate their environment and their preconceived notions of it and is interested in questioning traditional notions and structures of organized sound and music. His personal sound installation work has been shown in solo and group shows in Austria.