Victoria (Tori) Meyer

 

Tori MeyerPosition

Associate Professor; Audio Production

Department

Audio Aesthetics and Technology

 Home Campus

St. Louis (Webster Groves)

Courses Taught

AUDI 1000 Audio Production I for Non-Majors
AUDI 1200 Introduction to MIDI
AUDI 3100 Audio Field Production for Visual Media
AUDI 3150 Topics: Foley for Horror and Sci-Fi Films
AUDI 4500 Soundtracks for Visual Media
AUDI 4700 Professional Development in Audio Production
AUDI 4800 Audio Engineering

Meyer also teaches music theory courses in the Music Department and sound design courses in the Theatre Department.

Education

MFA in Sound Design from California Institute of the Arts; M Mus candidate at University of Tennessee Knoxville, 1993-1994; BA Music and BA Media Communications, Webster University, 1993-1994

About

Meyer is also an accomplished composer and actress.Tori Meyer with Microphone

Her work may be heard or seen in many television and stage productions including: 

Smile!
You're Under Arrest, MTV's Singled Out, Who Knows The Band, The Cut, & Video Music Awards, Oprah, Oprah After The Show, Girls Behaving Badly, Supermarket Sweep, MAD TV, Mind Of Mencia, The DL Hughley Show, various tag music on NBC, The Sharon Osborne Show, Family Feud, Extreme Gong, video games for Sony 989 Studios, Boston Public, The All New Press Your Luck, RFD-TV's Animal Makeover, Beauty & The Beast (International Tour), Our Town, Fairy Tale Reunion, Wheels Turning, and A Little Melodrama at South Coast Rep (Costa Mesa, CA), Natalie Gets Made, Cider House Rules, and Twilight: Los Angeles at The Mark Taper Forum (LA, CA), Unseen Energy Swallows Space by Travis Preston, See Me, and Hamlet at The Kitchen (NY, NY), and Street Scene for Opera Theatre of St. Louis. 

Tori Meyer is the first woman to hold a terminal degree in sound design. She has served as department chair of Audio Aesthetics and Technology, and is proud to be a professor at Webster University.

Nominations and Awards

Kemper Award for Excellence in Teaching, nominee, 2012 and 2014

Kennedy Center
, Best Original Score, 2010, recipient of two awards
Holding Up The Sky by Milbre Burch, world premiere directed by Clyde Ruffin

Kevin Kline Awards, Outstanding Sound Design, 2009
Winner: Tori Meyer; Grace and Glorie, Insight Theatre Company

Library of Congress, Featured Nature Photographer of 2008
in “Photography Vibes, Best of Edition"

Kevin Kline Awards, Outstanding Sound Design, 2007
Nominated: Tori Meyer;  Urinetown, the Musical, Repetory Theatre of St. Louis

Media

National Park Service
Victoria Meyer Artist in Residence 2014
Colleges & Degrees: Spotlight on Arts & Design Specialties
How to Become an Audio Production and Recording Professional
Webster Today
Around Webster: Meyer Named Nat'l Park Artist in Residence
SOC Focus on Faculty Faculty Brown Bag on Collaboration
Audio Faculty News in the School of Communications

Contact Information
Office phone 314-246-7637
E-mail