Laughter is the best medicine! Fans of the revered Law and Order series will enjoy this satirical spoof on the state of our national health system right down to the “good cop / bad cop” dialogue and a med-alert take on … Continue reading “Health and Disorder” for Absolute Theatre
Run, run, fast as you can! Wait, this is weird. Continue reading Music for “Gingerbread Man”
(Spoiler alert…!) Editor’s note: as someone who is primarily a keyboardist, I found the power chords I created for this funny clip with a virtual Strat and a bunch of simulated amps to be effective… and absolutely satisfying. There’s a … Continue reading Epic 80s power ballad love montage for “P. S. I Love You, Minotaur”
LA film-maker Thomas Adjani has just completed “Revenge on a Ghost” which delves into a soldier’s struggle with PTSD upon returning home. The team is seeking assistance to cover the fees of the film festival circuits and music licensing. Full … Continue reading Send “Revenge on a Ghost” to some film festivals!
Wish you could just magic away the pounds? This isn’t really like that… Continue reading Music for “The Sit-Up Fairy”
At the end of 2012, I wrote a jingly seasonal soundtrack for Grafik Marketing Communications to accompany an animated holiday card they created for their client, Global Automakers. http://vimeo.com/68217068 Continue reading Music for Global Automakers holiday card
I just started collaborating with BrevityTV.com, a comedy/sketch webisode group out in LA who do a lot of funny stuff. Here’s the first project they threw my way, which I scored. It was fun doing funny music in a medieval … Continue reading Music for “The Elf Princess & The Ogre”
Excerpt of a project from this weekend. I’m doing some live noodling on a flute given to me years ago by my Mom’s best friend Joyce for whom Josie Strut gets its name. Continue reading Funky Josie Strut
I write in a variety of styles using both extremely realistic virtual instruments and live / recorded sounds. I can work in a variety of styles and instrumentations (e.g. orchestral, historic, small ensemble, ethnic/regional, jazz, folk, rock, electronic beats). I specialize in … Continue reading Soundtracks and past work
I had a great time writing these three tracks to accompany a Headshrinker web app on the National Geographic Channel website. Built by Neo-Pangea and part of the “Expedition Week” digital campaign, the app allowed you to upload a picture, wrap it over a three-dimensional shrunken head, add some gruesome decorations and finally preview and share it while enjoying the choice of an ambient rainforest track and three musical selections (provided by yours truly).
Track One: Headshrinker “Movie” — inspired by the first scenes of Raiders of the Lost Ark. Love East-West’s creepy string samples!