engineer in Calabasas, CA
EducationMr. Jeffrey Cooper (68), M.Arch., is the Principal of Jeff Cooper Architects, Inc. He is one of the leading authorities on Acoustics and Studio Design. By the age of 22, he earned (4) degrees from MIT, including an M.Arch. with a specialty in Architectural Acoustics and an MBA (M.S.) from the MIT Sloan School of Management, with a specialty in Project Management. Project HistoryIn 1976, Jeffrey Cooper moved to Hollywood and started Jeff Cooper Architects, Inc. which specializes in the design of high-end acoustical projects including Theaters, Sound Stages, Recording Studios, and Post-Production facilities for the entertainment industry. He has designed facilities for some of the world’s most elite clients, including Polygram, Capitol - EMI Records, MCA Universal (now NBC/Comcast), Warner Bros., Directors Guild of America, University of Southern California and UCLA. His personal clients include directors George Lucas, Francis Ford Coppola, Martin Scorcese and Michael Bay. The studios he has designed and the teams that work in them have had over 100 nominations by The Motion Picture Academy of Arts and Sciences for Best Achievement in Sound. More than 25 of the mixing teams using his rooms have won the Oscar. He has received coveted design awards including the Hollywood Arts Architectural Award for the design & construction of the 6-story blue glass Technicolor Headquarters in Hollywood.