North American Nature Documentary Music
Music to accompany the sweeping vistas and natural wonders of North America. This music is expansive and cinematic in character, often with grand builds and gestures. References include American classical and film music, like Aaron Copeland's Appalachian Spring and Trevor Jones’s The Last of the Mohicans. Other references include traditional Native American folk songs and contemporary television with strong North American settings.
ROYAL FAMILY DOCUMENTARY MUSIC
From times of turmoil to moments of great joy, this music accompanies the life of the modern British Royal Family. With a sound rooted in romantic classical music, sweeping strings accompany heartfelt melodies, setting a backdrop for the events that shaped the Royal Family in the 20th and 21st century.
A young man down on his luck finds an unlikely friend when circumstances force him to move into an assisted living facility. This upcoming short film finds Brian and elderly Lloyd butting heads and eventually bonding over their love of comic books. It’s a heartwarming story about facing your fears and overcoming the things that hold you back in life. Musical references were film scores of the 80s and 90s, specifically Alan Silvestri’s Back to the Future. The two cues here present an emotional moment when Lloyd’s onset of dementia forces him to move out of the facility. He leaves his most prized possession, his comic collection, to Brian, with a note encouraging him to “pick up the cape” and follow his dreams.