Now streaming on DC Universe!
I’m thrilled to be contributing additional music for the new R-Rated DC Animated series. Picked up for 2 seasons (26 episodes) and recently nominated for an Annie Award for “Best TV/Media – General Audience” the show is bonkers fun and it’s a joy to contribute to it as part of composer Jefferson Friedman’s team.
I had the immense honor of co-scoring the new documentary “State of Pride” with my dear friend Allyson Newman. Directed by Oscar-winning filmmakers Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman, the film looks at what Pride means to people today, 50 years after the Stonewall Riots.
“State of Pride” is now streaming on YouTube, the first of three documentaries being made available to watch without a subscription for Pride Month.
Watch “State of Pride” on YouTube
Now in theaters! Directed by Ken Marino and produced by LD Entertainment, I had the pleasure of co-scoring this wonderful, feel-good, dog-filled family movie with my friend and frequent collaborator, Craig Wedren.
If you’re looking for a nice way to beat the heat this weekend, go see “Dog Days!”
Also, check out the soundtrack now available on iTunes, Apple Music, and Spotify.
On average 115 Americans die from opioid overdoses every day. I had the privilege of scoring this short film which highlights the opioid epidemic’s devastating effect on America’s youth. Directed by Kathryn Prescott, “Dear You” portrays the human story of isolation and loneliness caused by addiction that is so rarely seen.
Visit www.dearyoufilm.com for more information.
Continuing my collaboration with Anthony Fanelli (Spare Change, Chapters of Horror), The Akron Holy War tells the story of one of the most unique sports rivalries in the country. Two high schools in Akron, Ohio have enrolled students from the same neighborhoods, streets and families for over 60 years and the annual football game draws a crowd to rival many professional teams.
The Akron Holy War is now available on Amazon Video!
And check out the soundtrack on iTunes or Apple Music!
Tomorrow Will Be Televised – I’m in the first segment for this live interview, starting around 5 minutes in
“Wet Hot American Summer: 10 Years Later” premiers this Friday on Netflix. I had the pleasure of continuing to collaborate with my great friend, Craig Wedren, on the score for the new series. Being set in 1991 for the original camp counselors’ ten year reunion meant a ton of opportunities to pay homage to some of our favorite scores and songs of the era.
The bonkers-insane Camp Firewood story grows into an almost cinematic level of crazy epic-ness, and I absolutely loved returning to help score it.
Watch the Trailer
All 8 episodes will be available for binging. Enjoy!