A boutique film post-production firm
in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Chris Steele-Nicholson and Scott Steiner launched NovemberYesvember in 2019 with a focus to take film and episodic TV from pre-production through post-production to completion. We offer film production, editing, sound design, score composition, mixing and color grading. While available to join your production at any stage, we have noticed that being involved from pre-production forward can be a real game changer.
NovemberYesvember is excited to bring the best version of your vision forward.
Editorial Advice • Music Composition • Sound Design
General Music Guidance
Film Direction • Picture Editing • Music Editing
Picture Editing • Music Composition • Music Editing
Sound Design • Mixing
Chris Steele-Nicholson moved from Chicago to London in 2003 to study direction, photography and editing at London Film School. While still in school, he signed to Partizan Entertainment as a music video director, DP and editor. During this time he was also a guitarist in Tom Vek's band until 2005 when Chris signed to V2 records with his own project, Semifinalists. Their first record was released the following year and was included in NME's 50 best records of 2006. Semifinalists toured extensively with several bands such as Architecture in Helsinki, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, and Lightspeed Champion. In 2009 Chris launched a solo project, Oh Minnows, and signed to Young and Lost records. Upon moving to New York City in 2010 he began editing and scoring indie features and documentaries. Most recently Chris was an editor on the feature film Bolden starring Ian McShane with music by Wynton Marsalis.
Scott Steiner was brought up in Chicago recording studios working with artists like Sonia Dada, John Martyn, Mavis Staples, Veruca Salt, Brian Culbertson and for record labels such as Sony, V2, Warner Brothers, Independiente/Concord and many more. He also toured mixing live shows for indie bands and many jazz greats including Herbie Hancock, Nancy Wilson, Chick Corea and Wynton Marsalis. In 2007 Scott shifted his focus to film, starting as a music editor and then developed experience as a sound designer and mixer for shorts and features both in the narrative and documentary worlds. Alongside his creative work Scott co-designed and helped build a top-level private film and music facility in Northern California with extensive features in the analog and digital domains including two Dolby certified Atmos work spaces. He also has extensive on set music playback experience, has custom built multiple Pro Tools based playback rigs, and has worked as a sound mixer on documentary productions. More recently Scott has focused on composing music for film, winding that together with sound design and film mixing.
Jonathan Finegold has been offering music supervision services through his firm Fine Gold Music for over 10 years. A former A&R executive for Island Records, Jonathan has built a film career as a music supervisor for clients like Netflix, Hulu, ESPN, and ABC. His films have premiered and won awards at Sundance, New York Film Festival, Hot Docs, Doc NYC and more. He has also placed his music in movies including Dolomite Is My Name, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, and El Camino.