Diana Cha is a Sound Editor, Designer, and Mixer who helps her fellow collaborators and clients to showcase their work in the best sonic way possible. She currently heads Cogito Audio Productions, and is best known for her post sound work on the films, Cazadora and What You Don’t Say, and sound effects design on the video games, Astrae and Wavebent.
Before starting up Cogito Audio, Diana worked for 3 years as an assistant audio engineer at the post audio house, Mix One Studios, and attended Berklee College of Music, majoring in Sound Design and Film Scoring. In the Fall of 2015, Diana was invited to attend the Advanced Film Production Course at the USC School of Cinematic Arts, where over the course of a semester, she was involved with creating an original musical short, Mango Sticky Rice, from pre-production onward.
In addition to her sound work, Diana is also an accomplished composer, having won Best Score at the Asians on Film Festival, for her work on Mango Sticky Rice. Her music has been featured for companies like Elle, E!, and UCLA.