Feature Film Post Production

Over the last few months, I’ve been writing more music than ever! In addition to working on custom trailer scores for a number of franchises, I’ve also just wrapped up my first feature film score. I’ve had the privilege of working with the best in the business at Spectrum Films at Disney Studios and Studios …

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Avatar Trailer Nominated Best Score at MAS AWARDS

The first look Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora trailer featuring my custom score has been nominated for BEST ORIGINAL COMPOSITION at the 2021 MUSIC+SOUND AWARDS! Congratulations and thank you to Alex and the Ubisoft team for inviting me to be part of this amazing trailer. Congratulations also to Source Sound for their sound design nomination for this same trailer!

Virtual Orchestra Realism I used to recreate the Star Wars Main Title yearly to gauge how much my virtual orchestra chops may or may not have improved. To me, it’s such an iconic piece that is recognizable by pretty much everyone and is quite hard to pull off with virtual instruments. It’s now been 3 years since …

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Composer Roundtable I had the pleasure of participating in a Composer Roundtable Live Q&A, hosted by Dirk Elhert. It was great to have a bit of fun with some fellow composers and to share about composer related topics.

Exporting Stems in Cubase Exporting stems can be a painful process. Here’s how I plan ahead when creating my Cubase template so I can tackle this task quickly and effectively when crunch time comes!

Using Room EQ to Improve Mixes In this video, I walk through a method used to correct inadequacies in room acoustics or headphones that can negatively affect mixing decisions. Room EQ can help to achieve mixes that translate well.