Reel

Here is a selection of cues that I have scored for films to date.

Here are some recent cues that I have composed for film. I have many other examples. Please email for any specific cues that you are looking for. I hope you enjoy!

First episode of the web series "Stop Date" that I scored. The score is minimalistic with a combination of orchestral and electronic/ambient cues.

Opening music is from my group "For Kids of All Ages," and I scored from           2:50 - 5:27.

For this Civil War story piece, I drew inspiration from the work of film composers Alan Silversti and Danny Elfman , in particular the dream sequence, which has visual elements reminiscent of Tim Burton's films.

This animation short is in the vein of Japanese Anime. I tried to capture the feel and grit of the short with a lot of soundscapes.

This is a very dark short. I used a combination of electronic sounds (distorted guitars), with orchestral instrumentation.

Second episode of the web series "Stop Date" that I scored. The score is minimalistic with a combination of orchestral and electronic/ambient cues.

Here is a recent short in the Spaghetti Western style that I composed the score for.   I tried to stay with a very campy feel.

This is a drama/suspense short that I scored. The score is heavy on the orchestral cues.   Overall, the film is very dark, but it has a positive message, and I think that the score reflects that message.

This animated short is very dark. I captured that with a lot of altered instruments and a heavy use of soundscapes.

This video combines flashing light images and a beautiful poem. I complemented it with a very minimalistic score, so as not to distract the viewer.

This piece was done for a Ted Turner PSA commercial spot.

 

This piece was an nationally placed PSA that aired in conjunction NBC's, "The Boss."