My name is Camilla Uboldi and I am an Italian composer. I graduated in classical composition Cum Laude at the Conservatory of Como (Italy), under the guidance of Maestro Carlo Ballarini. I studied in depth counterpoint, classical and contemporary harmony and orchestration. I have been playing strings instrument , especially the mandolin, for the last 26 years. I graduated Magna Cum Laude and Award for excellence in the master program for Scoring for Film, TV, Videogames at the Berklee College of Music, Valencia campus, Spain. The English based master course is focused on music technology. For my latest projects I combined electronics and live recordings, using rather Pro tools and Digital Performer, as well as MIDI and processed audio. I have always been fascinated by animation. My first contact with music had been probably through Walt Disney’s cartoons, and I have a clear memory of it growing up. Music has always been part of my life. What I want to do is to create something, especially if it can enrich other artistic expression. I particularly like animation, especially stop-motion, because composing for animation allows me to experiment and think outside of the box. I also have an artistic background. I specialize in children illustration. During the past 8 years I wrote music for theater performances and live performances, experimenting with a wide range of instruments and musical genres. I developed the stop motion animation project Metro for TEDX LakeComo 2011, in which I was the composer and the main musician. For this project I created the stop motion animation as well. In 2013 I worked as composer Laura Karpman's assistent in LA, where I have been musical assistent in the movie Black Nativity (Fox Searchlight - 2013), score preparator for two episode of Craft In America (PBO), and score preparator and mandolin player in the documentary The galapagos affair, Satan came to Eden (Geller/Goldfine Productions - 2013).
In 2014 I have been accepted to the Rick Baitz Filmscoring Mentorship Program New York, sponsored by BMI and to the 5th Laboratorio de Musica para Cine, organized by Bertha Navarro in Mexico City.
I am currently living in Mexico city where I am collaborating with filmaker from Spain, US and Mexico. I recently scored the Documentary Octavio Paz, el Hombre y su Timepo, by Gerardo Tort, produced by the Nacional Cultural Channel Canal 22.
Berklee College of Music
Conservatory of music of Como, Italy