Studio Manager

Shiloh has worked with some of the music industry’s most recognized artists, producers, engineers and record labels as a respected Bay Area Studio and Production Manager for The Record Plant Studios and Narada Michael Walden and devoted 14 years to higher education as Industry Relations Director at Ex’pression College. 

Shiloh has successfully blended her experience with years of music community service: SF Grammy Chapter VP and Governor, West Coast Songwriters VP, Game Audio Network Guild and industry speaking engagements. Memberships: Audio Engineering Society, Visual Effect Society and AFTRA Union. Her clear understanding of the music making process allows her to support the goals of artists, producers, engineers and top executives industry wide.

Shiloh’s talents are supported by dozens of gold and multi-platinum awards, credits and mentions earned with such superstars as Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, Aretha Franklin, Patti Labelle, Lisa Fischer, Barbra Streisand, Howard Hewett, Rick James, Journey, Santana, Tevin Campbell, Starship, Eddie Murphy.  She has developed integral working relationships and friendships with producers and engineers: Tommy Dowd, Narada Michael Walden, Elliot Scheiner, Al Schmitt, Manny Marroquin, Maureen Droney, Jim Gaines, Walter Afanasieff, Tom Flye, Dave Frazer, Ron Nevison and Jim Stern.


Technical Director, Engineer

Zack Phillips loves recording music. He got his first Walkman at age-six and, ever since, has been captivated by the transportive power of song.  Zack started his career in audio doing live sound while studying Music Recording at San Francisco State, but it was actually an internship at the Plant Studios that really brought him into the studio world.  

Zack later, joined the team at Hyde Street Studios where he recorded and mixed many great projects and went on to run a studio called FreqLab Recording for several years. He was the Chief Studio Tech at Expression College for two and a half years before finding a new home at Studio D Recording. Over the course of his career Zack has acquired a plethora of technical skills and knowledge which he uses to support the creative process. Zack is a certified Pro Tools Expert, a skilled systems designer and integrator, and a talented recording and mixing engineer.   

Selected Clients: Jessie Ware, Kina Grannis, Washed Out, Zigaboo Modeliste, Talib Kweli, The Kooks, Kev Choice, Comedy Central, BOY, Toots and the Maytals, Alice Russell


Co-owner, Chief Engineer and Producer

Studio D and Jaffe have recorded and mixed music with world class artists such as, Roy Rogers and Ray Manzarek, The Harry James Orchestra, Kirk Franklin and the Family, The Stylistics, Huey Lewis and the News, Maria Muldaur, Bonnie Raitt, Van Morrison, Woody Harrelson, Cake, the Indigo Girls, Jewel, Dido and Smashmouth.  

In addition, Jaffe was the audio post producer and surround sound mixer for Ringo Starr’s “All Starr Band DVD”, Carlos Santana and Wayne Shorter DVD “Live from Montreal”.   Surround/stereo mixer for Night Rangers’ -“24 strings and a drummer” 

Additional credits include:

Audio Producer / Engineer Flamin’ Groovies new album Fantastic Plastic

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy for Fox television Special with Max Groenig, Engineer/mixer

Jewel Live Broadcast Now and Zen Festival Engineer/Mixer

California Music Awards & Television Rebroadcast WB20 Awards Show for television Audio producer /mixing

Director of Audio Engineer/Mixer for the following live performances at Studio D Recording Inc.

Smash mouth Live Unplugged for Alice Radio 

Indigo Girls Live at Studio D for Alice Radio 

Sammy Haggar and Chicken Foot for Rock Line recorded and broadcast from Studio D Recording.  



Josh Garcia’s interest in music and recording began at an early age with a drum set and a four track. Now with almost two decades of experience in the music industry, learning from a diverse background of seasoned veteran producers and engineers (Don Smith, Russell Elevado, Ben Hillier), he has developed an arsenal of approaches to the endless ways of putting a record together. Josh is well versed in both digital and analog formats, often utilizing the uniqueness of both worlds to produce the best sounding recordings and mixes possible.

Making records is about the love of music, art, and creation. Music is storytelling, and auditory self-expression of any form occurs in the present and is built in the mind. It is my job as an audio engineer to capture these expressions and deliver them in a way that the artist wants them to be heard again and again.”

– Josh Garcia (Depeche Mode, NOFX, Leftover Crack)



“Jason Victorine is an experienced audio engineer, sound designer, mixer and composer. He is also the former Studio Manager at Studio D Recording.

His passion is to convey emotion through sound and to help elevate projects to their full potential. He has engineered and/or assisted on music projects with artists like Van Morrison, Exodus, and Bonnie Raitt. He has also worked on sound for picture projects with the NFL, NBA, Intel, & Lyft and has composed music cues for FOX, MTV, Bravo, and VH1.

Jason has played guitar for over 20 years and is a member of the progressive house trio, Phonic Youth.”


Assistant Engineer

Matt began working at Studio D as an intern in 2015.  He has since moved into his current role as assistant engineer, helping in-house and guest engineers provide their clients with an enjoyable experience.   In addition to Matt’s technical support, he continues to wow our clients and team with his creative abilities and his genuinely bright personality. 


Studio D Recording – Principal         

Jeff Shea is an inspired, highly motivated and creative individual with a love for music making and the arts. With an insatiable passion for adventure and camera in hand, Jeff keenly experiences and captures the pulse of life through his vast worldwide adventures and uniquely inspiring and challenging explorations. Many of these deeply enriching adventures are in extremely remote areas, while others stand as bold as Mt. Everest, and include the highest peaks on six other continents. Jeff has visited all 193 nations. When asked in an interview if he likes to travel or needs to travel, he responded, “travel is a complex satisfaction, like a life’s work.”

Jeff’s holistic approach to life is described in the ring of five basic levels of human existence: Spiritual, Intellectual, Emotional, Procreation and Physical Body.  From the time of adulthood, he has dedicated himself to five disciplines of study relating to these innate momentums: Philosophy, Economics, Art, Love and Adventure.

In addition to other successful business endeavors, Jeff founded an organization called, World Parks; a perfect home for him to help convince world leaders to preserve wild places as “world” rather than “national” parks. Through Jeff’s experiences, he has developed a strong belief that mankind is well-advised to reserve large portions of the world in its natural state and says, “my goal is to change the world.”