Bonnie Janofsky is known for her memorable melodies, interesting harmonies and intricate rhythms in film, musical theater and big band jazz.
Brittany Dunton is a media composer, pianist, music educator, and music theorist. Studying under composer Dr. Scott Meister and pianist Dr. Bair Shagdaron, Brittany earned her bachelor’s degree in Music THeory/Composition from Appalachian State University in 2012. Immediately following, she enrolled at Columbia College Chicago’s Master of Fine Arts program “Scoring for the Screen”. Here Brittany was a Follett Scholar (Columbia’s highest honor) and studied under composers Gary Chang, David McHugh, and Andrew Edwards. To conclude her time at Columbia, she recorded four works Capitol Records and earned her degree in May 2014.
Brooke Coxon is a New Zealand born, Los Angeles based film composer and musician. She has written music for a feature film, a number of short films, as well as choral, orchestral and instrumental music.
Carla Patullo (White Widow), is a composer and songstress for the screen. Her roots began on the NYC punk rock scene, taking off from the legendary CBGBs. Several of her songs have appeared on TV shows and her score to Cinderella, A Shadow Ballet is nominated for a 2015 Hollywood Music in Media Award.
Carrin Tanaka is a Los Angeles-based composer whose works have been screened at Warner Brothers Studios and film festivals around the world. She was one of nine composers chosen to participate in BMI’s 2015 Composing for the Screen Fellowship in New York. Carrin is also a board member of the Academy of Scoring Arts, an educational organization founded by Ron Jones.
Catherine Grealish is a composer for film, media and live performance. She recently won Best Documentary Score for the uplifting feature documentary Gold Balls, and in 2014 won the Independent Music Vox Pop Award for her soundtrack for the film All Things Hidden. Catherine is the Executive Director for the Alliance for Women Film Composers.
With a start in classical piano at age 2, Cheryl developed her skills at writing for the moving image while watching cartoons. Fast forward twenty years to composing for commercials, documentaries, and College Humor, this pianist-turned-singer-songwriter-turned-film-composer is making waves.
Awards in Europe and USA. Degrees in classical piano performance, classical composition and film scoring. Academic studies in Europe and USA, classical music and Jazz.
An LA based film composer with a touch of Nordic melodies that work just as well with animations and epic action movies as more sparse dramas. Christine loves painting with music and isn't afraid of entering new landscapes.
Showreel with viking music - https://vimeo.com/72323384
Christy Carew is a Canadian-American composer of music for film, TV, advertising, multimedia and the concert world. She decided she wanted to be a film music composer at the age of 6 after seeing "Star Wars" for the first time, telling her parents, "I want to make music like that!" while racing around the house conducting and singing.
Christy has thoroughly been enjoying living a life full of music ever since. She loves to score all genres of film and has worked in horror, comedy, action and drama. Christy also really enjoys scoring short form and feature documentaries. Highlights include the 2012 martial arts action crime thriller "The Lackey" and the powerful 2016 short form documentary about infertility, "The Empty Womb." Her most recent project is the upcoming indie sci-fi short entitled "Virtually."
In 2012, Christy was selected from hundreds of applicants and hired to be Music Director and In-House Composer at one of the largest production music libraries in the world. Through her work at 5 Alarm Music, she has had placements of her custom original music and arrangements in major studio features, network television shows and national advertising campaigns. (Ask her sometime about being on set of the hit CBS show "Scorpion" performing her Bach arrangement with a six-figure robotic arm taped to her forearm.) Christy has a true passion for collaboration and serving the project, in whatever medium she's working in.
Christy is active in the media composing community, as a member of the Society of Composers and Lyricists, Membership Coordinator for The Alliance for Women Film Composers, and the TV Academy Music Peer Group.
She was educated at New York University's Steinhardt School and graduated summa cum laude in 2006 with a Master of Arts in Film Scoring/Composition. Christy also has a Bachelor of Music (Piano Performance and Music Business) from Loyola University New Orleans (2004) and a diploma as composer from the summer program of the European American Musical Alliance, held at L'Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris (2005.) In 2008, Christy was runner-up for the BMI Pete Carpenter Fellowship with Mike Post and in 2017 placed in the top 10% of applicants for the ASCAP Film Scoring Workshop.
When she's not making music, she's spending time with her amazing husband and beautiful children, reading sci-fi and fantasy novels voraciously, dreaming of the Sierra Nevada and thinking way too much about the Fermi Paradox.
Cindy O’Connor is a Sundance Composer Lab Fellow working in film, TV, and theater. She is currently scoring the ABC series, Once Upon a Time. Her musical, All That He Was, is a winner of the Kennedy Center/ACTF Musical Theater Award and published by Samuel French.
Connor Cook is a film/television composer and folk musician based out of Los Angeles. She is an active accordionist and performer of traditional Irish music. She graduated with a BM in Music Theory and Composition from Appalachian State University in 2014, and In June 2016 graduated from Columbia College Chicago with her MFA in Music Composition for the Screen. Her quirky and unique style translates well to any genre.
Crystal Grooms Mangano is a film composer based in Los Angeles. While Crystal composes music for all genres and media, she particularly enjoys writing music for documentary films.
Daniella has been an accomplished pianist for over 20 years with a focus on classical music. She recently began the journey of becoming a film composer and is looking forward to learning as much as she can from other women in the industry.
Dara Taylor is a composer for film and multimedia base in Los Angeles. She has composed music for a wide variety of genres from Indie comedies, dramas, and thrillers, to the Lifetime reality series Child Genius, and have also worked in the music department for large studio productions like The Wedding Ringer, Horrible Bosses 2, Ride Along 2 and ABC's Agent Carter.
Diana Salier is a composer and musician based in Los Angeles, CA. Her recent credits include additional music for the controversial documentary Vaxxed; original music for mini-doc Framed Targets, which premiered at the 2015 San Francisco DocFest; a commercial collaboration with Capital One Spark; background music placements on CBS network drama NCIS: Los Angeles; and original music for upcoming docu-comedy webseries The F Word, one of four new projects in development through ITVS Digital Open Call. She is a certificate candidate in film scoring at UCLA.
I am primarily a singer and vocal arranger/producer. Arranged vocals for Hidden Figures, The Voice. Produced vocals for Boss Baby.
Eimear Noone, called “The Irish Queen of Games Music” by The Irish Independent, is arguably the world's current premier conductor of video game scores (both in the studio and in the concert hall). As the principle conductor for Blizzard Games (World of WarCraft) and a first call for sessions at Skywalker Ranch, her credits include the most respected productions in the genre.
She also is an award winning film, TV and Game composer, having received a Hollywood Music in Media Award for her contribution to World of Warcraft, Warlords of Draenor.
With a solid theatre background as a writer, actress, singer songwriter, composer and sound designer, Elena is bringing to motion pictures her eclecticism and experience to work along with writers and directors and her ability as a story teller. Her music has been described as a sound that puts you in the mood right away, taking you to another dimension.
Elena likes to mix more organic sounds and vocals to electronic and experimental, to custom tailored patches, sometimes created from objects that are not necessarily musical instruments, but overall she loves making music with a meaning, for meaningful projects.
Highly acclaimed pianist and composer for film, tv and commercials, on the faculty of UCLA Extension in the Entertainment Studies Division.
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