4 Questions for Tuviel Levi of Interplay Studio

Tuviel Levi

BJN welcomes Interplay Recording and Multimedia Studios as a new advertiser. Since Tuviel is relatively new to the Boulder scene, we conducted one of our “4 Questions for…” interviews to introduce him and his business to our community.

1. What brought you to Boulder?

My wife and I moved to Boulder with our 3 boys from California so we basically came here because there are no frequent natural disasters in this part of the country (no earthquakes or fires, yikes!) Another big reason we came to Boulder is because the BVSD school system is very highly rated.

2. What do you like about the Jewish community here?

I like the fact that everyone is very kind and welcoming. Folks here are very similar in spirit to the large Jewish community in Berkeley, CA. where we used to live.

3. How long have you been doing media production?
What led you to open your own studio?

I have been a freelance engineer for about 15 years (part-time) and decided to go full time last May (2018). We were blessed to purchase a property with two detached garages, one with 14-foot ceilings so we converted them both into work spaces for my wife and I. Not having much overhead gave me the “push” I needed to give this business a go!

4. What do you do for fun?

I love to make music in my spare time and “loaf” around with my family. I also like to binge watch Netflix shows and then read about the actors from time to time.

Bonus: Latkes or Hamentaschen?

Definitely Latkes! Last year we made Latkes and I added some sweet Japanese potatoes, you know the white ones and it was a huge hit with my boys!

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