The return of the Independent Film Festival of Boston to it’s full-scale, pre-pandemic glory was a special milestone for the Boston film community, and I wanted to capture something about that in this year’s trailer score. This being
This year's Independent Film Festival of Boston trailer featured the IFFBoston adventures of Cam-e-o the robot (created by legendary steel sculptor of friendly robots, Skunkadelia). I performed a distorted, semi-robotic, semi-sarcastic Fred Schneider-ish spoken word vocal
With a plethora of stock music libraries available, there are seemingly endless and often inexpensive options from which media creatives can choose music to accompany their productions. So what would be the justification for creatives to spend 5-15% of their
Technology has evolved rapidly over the last 20+ years, affecting how all types of media production professionals do their work. The traditional processes for music composers and creators to collaborate no longer serve the more immediate post-production workflows these changes have
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
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
I had a blast composing for this year's Independent Film Festival of Boston's TV spot and screening opener. It's the only . . .