Los Angeles Film Composer 3




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Los Angeles Film Composer 3

This Los Angeles Film Composer, born and raised in Kona, Hawaii, began playing ukulele at the age of 4. His studio and recording experience in Amsterdam, Turkey, Hawaii and Los Angeles has given him a unique background of diverse musical influences. His flexibility as a composer and arranger has given him the opportunity to work on a wide range of projects spanning musical genres.

Los Angeles Film Composer musicality

His musicality is rooted in his experience as a seasoned performer, often picking up a guitar, ukulele, or bass guitar whenever it’s needed in a recording session or concert. This Los Angeles Film Composer recently composed the orchestral score for the feature film “A Date With Miss Fortune”, an American romantic comedy with a Portuguese twist, which sold out in three cities on opening weekend in Portugal. This movie will be coming soon to theaters in the U.S.A.! His orchestral and electronic arrangements also appear on many albums, including Hakan Girit’s “Rüzgar” (aired on television in Turkey), Goodbye Elliott’s “Running To California”, “I’ll Never Let You Go” and “Summer” (aired on Disney Channel’s “Jonas”, and ABC Family’s “Jane by Design”), and his own album, “We’re Gonna Make It”.

Los Angeles Film Composer experience

Through assisting a score mixer for major film studios, he learned the conventions of creating music of the highest quality for film and TV. This experience in a high-pressure, deadline-oriented environment familiarized him with the demands of the entertainment industry. Combining these skills with his wide knowledge of audio equipment and music software, this Los Angeles Film Composer has developed a unique musical style and approaches his compositions with originality and depth, often integrating the influences of his native Hawaii.

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Country United States
City Los Angeles
State/Province California
Performer Type Musical Act

One response to “Los Angeles Film Composer 3”

  1. … He is, by far, the best composer in Hollywood. He will take your production to a whole new universe with his inspiring themes and innovative arrangement. His style and sound is nothing short of revolutionary. I don’t hesitate for a second to call him the next John Williams. He is smart, risky, exciting, and he brings everything to a score that we go to the movies for. Think of a movie with great themes and that’s what [he] creates. His musical attention and care for the purposeful enhancement of every scene, every character, every detail of the story is only matched by his absolute delight in doing so. If you have any emotion in your project he will multiply and maximize it to its fullest potential. On top of all this, he is a complete joy to work with!

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