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Composing for film and TV has become a strong passion for me. Although I started composing on the guitar, my real love in this arena is for orchestral arrangements. Below are several examples of my work in feature and short films.
To contact me about film composition, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This soulful film explores the heartbreaking bond between a son and his father at the end of his life. Choir and solo voices with Rhodes and a string section. (that's me "ooohing" in there!)
I love getting a call from the big O! We came up with many versions of this piece, but this was my favorite. Orchestra, voices and full rock power!
I grew up playing blues in seedy Kansas City bars - so fun to put that schoolin' to good use!
Wrote the theme, the overwrought song performed in the film as well as the huge 80's power ballad at the end. Mucho fun!
Full orchestral score, playing up the classic good vs. evil motif. Bring in the choir to tell the evil side of the story. Principal violin here by Molly Rogers.
Superman vs. Green Lantern...ah the classic debate. Created a throw-back 60's esque rock + orchestra vibe for this scene of the film.
Write a classic, almost cartoonish score for an embarrassing moment? You've got it. Pizzicato strings to the rescue!
In this scene, the dynamic duo are "brain storming" ...with disastrous consequences. Huge guitar feedback to the rescue!
Doug fondly remembers his grandfather's dying words...but doesn't speak his language. Principal violin by Nancy Kuo.
Trashy synth pop written and performed with Kevin M. Brennan, the actor in this video.