Friday, November 6, 2015

Invention in D minor

Go counterpoint! My first shot at writing an invention in the style of 18-century counterpoint. There are so many rules and I know I'm breaking TONS of them. But its an old old style and I'm still learning!

Friday, September 4, 2015

All Aboard for Murder

Here is a clip of the score I did for a short film called "All Aboard for Murder" written by Erin Meeks. Dissonance is fun.

Wednesday, July 22, 2015


Wanna make someone cry? Its too easy. All you need is a bell-tone drone, solitary minimalist piano, some wet strings, and a french horn. Then add a synth bass drop for heartbreak, a waterphone for heartache, and voila!

Monday, June 29, 2015


John Williams' score for the film Jaws is unforgettable. This is a cue I wrote, re-scoring one of the scenes to see how much it changed the mood of the movie. I tried to capture the awe that such a giant shark as the one depicted in the film would inspire.


The famous shower scene from the movie Psycho feels a lot different with different music. Here is my take on it.

Titanic Footage

Here is a piece of dark and delicate beauty. Its a cue I wrote for a piece of underwater footage of the sunken titanic.

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Nocturne in D Flat

This is a piece that I wrote for my sister Emma for Christmas this year (2014). It is a nocturne for cello and piano in D flat major, which according to my friend and cellist in the recording, Quinn Boyack, is a nasty key for cello! But on the piano, its as rich as chocolate.