In the late ‘70’s, Gazecki and record producer and pioneer Paul Rothchild produced a number of Gold and Platinum albums, including The Rose with Bette Midler and two record albums by The Doors.

In the 1980’s Gazecki segued into film post-production sound. Working for veteran film sound mixer Buzz Knudson at Todd A/O Studios, he moved into the demanding field of dramatic television series. Gazecki received four Emmy Award nominations for his work on Hill Street Blues and St. Elsewhere,” and an International Monitor Award in 1987 for thirtysomething. He was also honored by the Cinema Audio Society and the Society of Motion Picture Sound Editors.

Despite growing success in the Hollywood entertainment industries, Gazecki turned his attention to documentary filmmaking. This was borne out of his personal convictions: a desire to objectively voice the pressing social problems of the day and a passion to make a contribution to the community.

Extensive study in music recording and producing -- coupled with a passionate interest in “learning from the best” -- led to employment with leading recording companies including Electra/Asylum/Nonesuch and Rhino Records. Early years included work with such major recording artists as Fleetwood Mac, Leo Sayer and Joe Cocker.

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