I like to make all sorts of music. And I like to get absorbed in good stories (both the true and not-true kinds). My favorite thing is to do both together.
I strive to create music that employs a broad musical vocabulary and exciting modern palettes. I like the fluidity of precise, orchestral scoring techniques combined with the accessibility of good pop.
I approach every project with fresh eyes and ears, looking and listening for ways to build on the unique qualities of each story. Music for picture should sound like it comes from inside the story itself, and I endeavor to make soundtracks that are an organic extension of the material.
My music has been heard on programs airing on PBS, AMC, and TLC. I’m currently scoring the feature-length documentary Freedom Denied, being produced in Philadelphia. Performance and recording costs for this project are funded by a composer’s grant from the American Composers Forum.