Filmscores and Soundtracks

All of the music on this site is intended for use in Film / TV.

Of particular interest may be my cues in the Songs, New Age/Chillwave, Trailer Music, and Electronica categories.

I have worked on about 20 independent films, several of which have won international awards and an Emmy for editing. (NOTE: If you can’t view these here, try using Google Chrome as your browser, or go to my YouTube channel.)

“Night of the Living Bread” is a fun short bought by Columbia Pictures that won several “Best of  Fest” awards as well as a cult following after it was packaged with the release of the Night of the Living Dead as a trailer.  Director George Romero loved the film and even commented on the music being perfect for  the film.

 

  •  “210/Four Corners,” won filmmaker Sharon Teo an Emmy for Editing.  The film received a private showing in Robert De Niro’s screening room/production studio, TribecaFilm, in NYC.

 

  • Pebbles Tumbling in a Stream,” (previously “Evolution”) is contemplative but fluid, balancing introspection with moments that soar with a noble sense of resolution, realization, or majesty. This recording was remixed after the video was made.

 

  • Music video of “Time Unearthed,” a moody instrumental:

    Music video of “Modern Day Commandments” set to a keyboard/electric harp rendition of an electric harp piece entitled “Lullabye.” Very sweet, tender, intimate, emotionally soaring.
    http://youtu.be/oSbLbeD1p5s

 

 

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