I’m happy to share my latest video reel, featuring excerpts from recent television scores:
For 8 years (2012-2019), I was fortunate to compose the score for the hit dramatic series, O’ (TVA – Canada). Inspired from the start, I wrote over 1,400 cues that accompanied a wide range of moods and emotions. O’ featured a stellar cast, great directors, and a fantastic production and post-production team.
Here is a small sample of my dramatic music from the show:
My first contract, at the start of my career, was a documentary, By Icebreaker to the North Pole (Galafilm). Many years later, I have many fond memories of working on beautiful films and series in that genre. Here is my documentary music reel for this year:
This is the third in a series of pieces that make up Unaccompanied, a long electronic work that is a reflection of my feelings on the issue of detention centres for children.
Instruments used include: Moog Grandmother, Memorymoog, 0-Coast, Eurorack modules, Lindsay 1920 upright piano.
This is the second in a series of pieces that make up Unaccompanied, a long electronic work of mine that is a reflection of my feelings on the issue of detention centres for children.
Outdoor footage by Brenda Keesal.
This track features a Waldorf Quantum, 1973 Synthi AKS, Roland’s TR-8S, the Rain Piano sampled instrument, and a 2011 Telecaster ’52 re-issue, all through an Analog Heat Mk2.
Every so often there comes a time for change, a time to make room for new instruments. And so, I must let go of a few good friends, lovely synths, each with a unique character.
I took a few pics before they leave, and share my musical explorations of them with you below:
While visiting the Mutek Synth Expo in Montreal recently, I had the great opportunity to try out what will soon be my new synthesizer, the beast that is the Waldorf Quantum. I couldn’t ask for a more interesting addition to my studio!
Having been very disturbed by the news of family separations at the US Southern border, I have decided to start a new multi-section electronic piece, to bring a bit more light to this subject: