Leslie Ann Jones
Leslie Ann Jones is the renowned recording engineer and pioneering producer and mixer who helped re-define the craft of engineering in the 1970s and 80s. She is well known for her long list of successful and award winning projects as much as she is known within the industry as a giving and talented professional. She is also a past chair of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences Board of Trustees and a multiple Grammy Award winner. Her impressive projects over the years includes the films “Apocalypse Now” and “Happy Feet” as well as the album “Good Night, Good Luck” by Dianne Reeves, which won the 2005 Grammy Award for Best Jazz Vocal Album.