Have you ever had this experience?
You are watching a movie and you find yourself very feeling very uneasy and you don’t know why because nothing particularly strange is happening on the screen?
Where does this feeling come from?
This happened to me several years ago when I was watching the movie The Hours. Two of the main characters, portrayed by Ed Harris and Meryl Streep, were having a calm and rational conversation. But I was freaked out, squirming in my seat.
Then it occurred to me – it was the music! The eerie and quietly frantic vibe created by the amazing Phillip Glass brilliantly set the tone for what was to follow, when Ed Harris… well, you’ll have to see it yourself if you haven’t already. 🙂
When I went to see the Life Of Pi for the first time in the theatre, I almost cried during the opening credits. The stunning imagery and the ethereally beautiful song written by Mychael Danna told me, before the film even started, that this was going to be a magical experience.
This is what I mean when I say that music has the power to make you feel what it wants you to feel – so the music you chose for your project can be a critical decision.
I have had the pleasure of contributing music to short films, animated productions, web broadcasts and more. I have composed everything from children’s songs to string quartets to dance grooves. And it would be my pleasure to contribute to your project!
Have a look and listen to some previous media projects!
|Intro to the Coach Joelle web broadcast||Narration of the ebook for children, Tabitha’s Magical Voice|
|Music from the animated feature, Caleb the Colt, and the short film, The Coffeemaker||Songs for the educational organization, Music, Movement and Magination|
Here are some instrumental tracks that are available for licensing. If you are looking for tracks with vocals, head on over to Song Demos.
I strive to create music that truly compliments the project and highlights its message.
Do you want to motivate and energize? Create an atmosphere of peace? Tell a story through a character’s songs? Or perhaps you need a good old-fashioned dramatic film score.
Let me help you make your project sing! Contact me if you are interested in any of the tracks available for licensing or if you would like to work on some fresh, new material. If you are an artist looking for new songs to record, check out some song demos you might be interested in. There’s everything from pop to country!