In anticipation of sleek new website design, I’ve been updating and consolidating everything on this current version. You’ll find updated and concise Music, Visuals, and About pages, which hopefully makes everything easier to find and interact with. Stay tuned for a new site, coming by year’s end. Thanks for listening!
I’ve just released the soundtrack album for the feature film, “Market Value.” This heartbreaking story of a woman fighting to save her family from the consequences of her choices, screened to great acclaim at several North American film festivals.
The score was originally intended to be a piano-based one, but – through a series of collaborative scoring sessions with director Wendell Etherly – it arrived at being primarily ambient drones and synthesized sounds. Though these moody soundscapes worked beautifully in the film, they didn’t make the best solo listening experience. So, for the album, I added all of the piano back in!
The tracks are in the order they appear in the film, and are all named for chess moves (the boy who drives the narrative is a competitive chess player).
The album is available on my Bandcamp site.
Thanks so much for supporting independent musicians.