Having my Music on the series "The World of Snowboy and Crow" is a pleasure! The World of Snowboy & Crow is a series of animated shorts created in 2012 by director Ken Turner and animated by Freak Show Studios. The characters Snowboy & Crow appear in the mini-comic The World of Snowboy & Crow, … Continue reading The World of Snowboy and Crow
There's the famous theory that everything is a remix, that we are entangled in «webs of significance». Culture, according to the notable anthropologist Clifford Geertz, is «a system of inherited conceptions expressed in symbolic forms by means of which men communicate, perpetuate, and develop their knowledge about and attitudes toward life». Everything that surrounds me … Continue reading Finding one’s voice: assembling and mixing the little bits that ring inside yourself.
Illustration @RGBStock/Christine van Dam This is a soundtrack for an imaginary movie in my head. It is a work for Toy Piano, Portuguese Guitar and Orchestra. I really enjoyed composing this and it is fully dedicated to Duy Vu Tran. I feel it can easily be used or adapted for movie industry. You can find … Continue reading A slice of Liquor Cake
This is an orchestral instrumental work, with toy piano. I've made this as a soundtrack for a pleasant day, a movie, a short, anything you find it could be appropriate.
Qüir is a Portuguese independent magazine on LGBT subjects. With trusted interviews and articles. A magazine that you can’t miss! I did the original music for their ad. I've been requested a simple piano melody as the main layer with a kind of nostalgic feeling that would gradually be uplifted to a hopeful and happier … Continue reading Qüir – original music for advertisement.
This is an animation by Jeanne Stern. The animation was photocopied onto film strips. Video then processed back and forth between two VCRs dozens of times. The music, in this version, is an original from mine and it follows the flow of the animation, degrading through time moving from an ethereal sound into noise.
This is a micro-animation by Leah Smith and Jeanne Stern with original music by me. It was a very exciting challenge to try my skills in such a short but evocative context.