Childrens Hospital season 5 premiers this Thursday!

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Chicago Sun-Times:  Childrens Hospital is “one of the funniest shows on TV.”  It’s nice to see my hometown paper get it right!

Last Thursday, Childrens Hospital received its second Emmy nomination, and this Thursday is the premier of the fifth season!  Set your DVRs for midnight July 25th on Cartoon Network where an extra layer of craziness gets thrown in when the hospital staff moves to an army base in Japan.

As I write this, I’m just past the middle of the season and I can’t wait for everyone to see these episodes and hear the score.  I don’t want to give too much away yet, but I think I’ve written a couple of the biggest cues of the series so far, as well as some of the funnest.

Hope you enjoy it!

UPDATE: I’ll be adding excerpts from the score as the season airs.  Look for them under the Music tab!

Free Download of the score for “Rose White”

Rose White Poster

Please enjoy my score for the fantasy short film, “Rose White.”   Based on the Brothers Grimm fairy tale “Snow-White and Rose-Red,” Rose White blurs the lines between fantasy and reality.  The film, directed by Daniel Kuhlman and starring Deneen Melody and Erin Breen, will be making the festival rounds this year.

Download the score in mp3 format

 

Rosewhitethemovie.com

http://www.facebook.com/rosewhitemovie

 

Reviews mentioning the score:

http://spacejockeyreviews.com/?p=8253

http://theindependentcritic.com/rose_white

A look back at Childrens Hospital and NTSF:SD:SUV::

“… there’s no doubt this remains one of the most innovative, brilliant comedies on TV.”  – from A.V. Club’s review of “Eulogy,” the 4th season finale of Childrens Hospital.

Last week’s season finale of (the now Emmy-winning) Childrens Hospital closed out what I believe to be the strongest season of the show yet.  As usual, this season brought many unique score challenges such as coming up with a new theme and palette for Chief’s back-story, parodying such incredible scores like “Contagion” and “Pink Panther,” scoring large chunks of moments for an episode that was nearly non-stop music, and trying to figure out what the “British” version of the show’s score should sound like.

This year, I also took over scoring on another Adult Swim / Abominable Pictures show, NTSF:SD:SUV for their second season which allowed me to do some more fun parodies like “Tron: Legacy,” “Die Hard” and Kung Fu movie scores in addition to developing my own take on the procedural genre.

I am immensely grateful to be a part of two great, hilarious, and original shows as well as getting to work with Rob Corddry, David Wain, Paul Scheer, Curtis Gwinn, Jonathan Stern and the rest of the crew at Abominable Pictures.

Can’t wait until next season!

Composer for Film and Television