Recording strings for Touchdown Israel and IFFBoston

Touchdown Israel! Recording Sessions

Violinists Omar Chen Guey, Olga Patramanska-Bell, violist Drew Ricciardi and cellist Ashima Scripp were holding it down for a lengthy quartet session at Q Division studios back in April. I was recording several pieces for a Touchdown Israel! soundtrack album, as well as music for this year’s Independent Film Festival of Boston screening opener. The …

IFFB 2016

Independent Film Festival of Boston 2016

I can’t tell you how much I look forward each year to the The Independent Film Festival of Boston, which just closed out the 2016 edition. It’s a time when members of the region’s film community and visiting filmmakers all get to meet and reconnect, watch films together and party a little bit too. I’m …

Jon Myers and Rachel Baum for Reactive Studios

Voice Over Session with Reactive Studios

The team from Reactive Studios came over the studio last weekend to record voice over parts for a new project. We recorded four actors over the four hour session. I can’t say much about it as the project is still in stealth mode, but here are a couple of pics of Reactive’s Jonathon Myers directing …

Urbanity Dance

Test Kitchen with Urbanity Dance

I had an interesting composing opportunity and experience with Urbanity Dance last week after being invited to work with them in one of their contemporary dance “test kitchens.” Just a couple of weeks prior Urbanity was named Best of Boston’s “2015 Best Dance Troupe,” so I felt a little extra pressure to come up with …

Independent Film Festival of Boston 2015

Just completed my third go-around composing for the screening trailer and TV ad for the Independent Film Festival of Boston. This year I got to lay a bass line and backbeat down behind a tasty harmonica solo by Peter Wolf of the J. Geils Band. As usual, it was great getting to work on these …

PAX East 2015

Made in MA and PAX East – Many Games, Many Interfaces

Had a great time at the Pre-Pax Made in MA party, and then the main event – Pax East 2015 this past week. I played around with many recent releases and beta-level games while getting to chat with their developers. One common theme I noticed among the games was the growing variety of interfaces for …