“The Way Home – Tibet in Exile” (in production) (composer)
A 30-minute short film about Tibetan exiles living in India.
Children of Liberty (in production) (composer, sound designer, audio director)
Provide music, sound effects, audio production and programming for this 18th century colonial America historical game.
Our Mockingbird (in production) (additional music)
Two high schools in Birmingham, Alabama – one black, one white – collaborate on a life-changing production of the play To Kill A Mockingbird.
Henry Ford (January, 2013) (additional music; orchestration)
A two-hour PBS film about America’s controversial first industrialist.
ESPN – “Team Spirit” (August, 2012) (additional orchestration; score preparation)
A television commercial and documentary short directed by Errol Morris for ESPN Sports’ It’s Not Crazy, It’s Sports advertising campaign.
“The History of Spectacle Island” (August, 2011) (composer, vo recording engineer)
A short film about the history of Boston Harbor’s Spectacle Island and its’ recent rebirth as a result of the Big Dig civil engineering project. The film was created by director Elliot Higger and Sunnymind Productions for the island’s visitor center.
Tabloid (July, 2011) (score preparation – soundtrack album)
Errol Morris’ documentary about the 1970′s British tabloid story involving the abduction of a mormon missionary in the United Kindom by his ex-girlfriend, a former southern beauty queen. The film has won Best Documentary in the the indieWIRE poll of film critics at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival.
“Follow” (April, 2011) (composer)
An orchestral setting for spoken word and time-lapse video. The film was directed by Elliot Higger. Follow was shown at the 2012 ProArts Spring Arts Festival in Boston.
Independent Film Festival of Boston – Pre-screening Intro Trailer (April, 2011) (composer)
Music for the two festival promotion films played prior to screenings at the 2011 IFFB. The pieces were created by Spot Editorial with graphic design by Brandon Schaefer.
“John Portman: A Life of Building” (March, 2011) (score preparation)
A film about the influential 20th Century architect from director Ben Loeterman.
Akihabara HTML 5 Game Engine Demos (February, 2011) (music)
“Lazris the Bunny” (February, 2011) (sound fx/music)
Created by Lantana Games for the 2011 Global Game Jam.
“The Wall – A World Divided” and “After the Wall – A World United” (June, 2010 – January, 2011) (additional music)
A Spy Pond Productions film directed by Eric Stange for PBS, “The Wall” honors the 20th Anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall by exploring its history through the stories of ordinary people and the inside perspectives of world leaders and diplomats.
National Museum of American Jewish History (November, 2010) (score preparation)
A large format movie in the permanent exhibition of this first ever national museum of it’s kind, located in Philadelphia, PA. The museum had it’s grand opening in November, 2010.
“Morocco to Israel” (August, 2010) (composer)
This short film by director Avital Epstein uses interviews with family members to tell the story of Berber Jews that emigrated to Israel after it’s formation in 1948 and the independence of Morocco in 1956. It premiered at the 2011 Miami Jewish Film Festival, and has since won third place at the Carnegie Mellon Faces of Migration International Short Film Festival.
“The Exchange” (April, 2010) (composer)
A modern-day film-noir about customer service in the button pushing business. The short film was directed by Paul Hirschberger and produced by NTL films. It was screened at the Hells Half Mile Film Festival, the Naperville Independent Film Festival and the BlissFest 333 Film Festival.
“I Found Your Wallet” (April, 2010) (composer)
A short film from director Samuel Mordenga about an old woman with a unique way of making new friends. The film is nominated for a National Board of Review grant.
“Do Things Better” (May, 2009) (co-composer)
A television spot from the On Your Side advertising campaign for Nationwide Insurance created by TM Advertising. The spot was directed by Errol Morris.
Illinois Holocaust Museum Karkomi Permanent Exhibition (April 2009) (additional sound design; score preparation)
Opening and closing short films from a series that tells the story of the Holocaust, and of survivors living in the Chicago area.
Transit (April, 2009) (composer)
First runner-up, Academy Rewards, outstanding achievement in Directed Study
Rob’s directed study short film project for Berklee College of Music. The Academy Rewards are a semi-annual competition among graduating film scoring students at Berklee. Film scores are nominated by professors and then voted on by the graduating film scoring class.
American Experience’s We Shall Remain (April, 2009)
A five-part series of feature-length movies on the history of Native Americans, from early colonial days through the 1970′s.
Episode 1. “After the Mayflower” (score preparation)
Episode 3. “Trail of Tears” (score preparation)
Yellowstone, Our Restless Earth (March 2009) (score preparation)
A 20-minute film for the Yellowstone National Park tourist information center.
American Experience’s “The Polio Crusade” (February, 2009) (score preparation)
An episode about the history of the March of Dimes and the development of the polio vaccine, based in part on David Oshinsky’s Pulitzer Prize winning book, Polio: An American Story.
Dinner with the Family (May, 2008) (composer)
A short film funded by Women in Motion, an Emerson College organization devoted to providing a support structure for Emerson College film students.