Kelly Pribble, veteran studio engineer and archivist, leads the Media Recovery Technology Program for audio archiving and preservation at Iron Mountain Entertainment Services (IMES). Before joining Iron Mountain, Kelly re-opened the legendary Nashville Studio "Quadrafonic Sound Studio" in 1988. The next year he purchased the building next door and built an additional three studios. This provided Nashville with its largest recording complex, under the name "Quad Studios." After more than a decade of running Quad Studios, Kelly left Nashville for London, where he worked closely with record producer Martin Terefe. Together they built "Kensaltown Studios" in West London. Kensaltown Studios is an eight-studio complex that still thrives today as one of West London’s premiere studio locations. Kelly has worked extensively in Nashville, London, New York City and Rio de Janeiro.