Born and raised in Woodland Hills, California, Rebecca Calvo fell in love with audio as a youngster helping her father piece together his home sound system equipment.  In the 7th grade, Rebecca discovered the wonderful world of filmmaking while filming her final Spanish project.  She developed her love for film during high school by directing short films that were accepted in to Film Independent’s Los Angeles Film Festival and Boston’s Do It Your Damn Self Film Festival.

It was not until she entered her freshman year at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts that she discovered the combination of her two loves: sound for film and television.  Since 2011, Rebecca dedicated her studies to the world of sound.  With training from Tisch as a certified Sound Engineer, interning at a leading NYC sound rental company, Gotham Sound, and freelancing for film, television, and theater, Rebecca successfully applies her skills to all creative endeavors for which she is responsible. Rebecca also interned at "The Rachael Ray Show" and ABC’s "The View" as a production intern, assisting all departments including research, segment coordination, social media, control room, audience, and reception. The combination of Rebecca's audio and production backgrounds has led to her career as a production sound mixer.

Since graduation in May 2015, Rebecca has worked for audio teams on several shows, including Tru TV's "Impractical Jokers," ABC's "The View," TLC's "Late Night Joy," ABC's "What Would You Do?," and Food Network's "Rachael Ray's Kids Cook-Off." She has also participated as a member of audio teams on many commercials, promos, sizzle reels, short films, hidden camera shoots, and more.

Rebecca prides herself on her ability to work efficiently, problem solve, and be proactive.