Nike, Lacoste, Daimler, The New Yorker, Amnesty International, New York Times, Greenpeace, Harper Collins, Google Creative Lab, Deutsche Telekom, Kvadrat, Herman Miller, Amazon, Audi, GE, Facebook, Universal Studios, Condé Nast, Adult Swim, Headspace, TEDed, British Library, Casper, Pictoplasma, Siggraph, BBC, ITV, MTV, Arte, Channel4, FX Networks, The Smithsonian Museum.
Best Sound Design – Music & Sound Awards
Best Original Score – Zubroffka ISFF
Best Sound Design Jury Award – Animamundi
Best Short Film Score – Music & Sound Awards
Best Sound (Special Mention) – Primanima
First Prize Field Recording – WSRS
Best Score – Laterna Magica
Golden Bear – Berlinale (2x)
Grand Prix – Annecy (2x)
Grand Prix – Encounters
Grand Prix – ITFS Stuttgart
Grand Prix – Winterthur
Grand Prix – Upsalla IFF
Nelvana Grand Prize – Ottawa OIAF
Tough Eye Award – TAFF Turku
European Film Awards (2x)
German Film Music Award
LOLA – German Short Film Award
Emile – European Animation Award (2x)
Oscars / Academy Awards (7x)
The New Yorker
"We worked with David in 2015, on the first sound identity of The New Yorker. In 2019 we updated the animation, and he refreshed the sound design. David brings sophistication and a strong attention to detail to everything he touches. Working with him was very rewarding."
“David Kamp created sound designs for multiple projects for us here at Google, each time we were very impressed with the unique results and smooth collaboration process.”
"It's great to work with someone who is so creative in their work, and also so professional and personable to deal with.”
"Excellent partnership, a perfect combination of creative flexibility and professional service."
The New York Times
“I worked with David Kamp on an Exhibition for the Smithsonian Museum. Working with him was a delightful, elevated, collaborative experience.”
“Studio AKA first worked with David in 2011. We’ve since been able to secure his collaboration on two more projects. He has an amazing mastery of his craft and is able to realize his works with a fluidity and expressiveness that feels highly intuitive."
MIT Technology Review
"Working with David Kamp was such a pleasure. His attention to sound detail is really remarkable, I'd love the chance to work with him again."