Audio engineer Jory Prum has died aged 41 in a motorcycle accident. Prum started his career working for Jim Henson's Creature Shop before a brief stint at Disney Online. He then went on to work for LucasArts, where he was an assistant on all the Episode 1-based Star Wars games and Escape from Monkey Island. Very unusually for the industry, Jory left LucasArts to start his own studio, creating scores, voiceovers, foley and sound effects for games and film. Clearly, he impressed his former colleagues, as they used his services. Other companies to do so include EA/Maxis (SimCity 4), Sony/989 Sports (various sports games), BioWare (Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic), Pseudo Interactive (Full Auto 2), Midway (Blacksite: Area 51), Ubisoft, Sega, Capcom and Activision, to name but a few. However, his work with Telltale has been most prolific, including game franchises such as Sam & Max, CSI, Wallace & Gromit, Tales from Monkey Island, Back to the Future, The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones and Jurassic Park: The Game. He even retrieved the original Grim Fandango audio over 15 years later and re-recorded it for Grim Fandango: Remastered. He has also done work on feature films including Lost in Translation, Adaptation and Pixar's For the Birds - the latter earning him a mention in the director's acceptance speech at the Oscars. He also has three Aggie awards for Best Voice Acting, a Game Audio Network Guild Award for Best Dialog and a Sprillprisen for Best Audio. http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2016-04-25-lucasarts-audio-legend-jory-prum-dies-aged-just-41 RIP Jory. Thanks for some memorable audio contributions.