Mo Jen's audio production experience also encompasses sound design: audio content for websites, corporate audio logos, sound effects, foley, voiceover direction and recording, dialogue editing, and localization.
Mo Jen first entered the big and scary world of sound design in 1999 when she was asked to create original sound effects for a North Hollywood theatrical production of "Unhappy Where He Is" (1999, Ibis Productions). After the show's brief but well-received run, she vowed never to do it again.
But after working with various sound designers on her subsequent film scoring projects over the years she was eventually able to find the joy in the detail. She is extremely proud of the comedy short film "Coffee, Grip Gloves and Deception" (2003, directed by Ben Brunkhardt), where she did the sound design, foley, music editing and final sound mix. Since moving to the UK, the majority of her sound design work has been recording, creating and implementing unique sound effects for video game projects, as well as the nuts and bolts work of dialogue, footsteps and foley.