I consider myself dedicated to two passions in life - the art of creation, and the joy of collaborating. I compose and produce music for film, TV, games, or just about anything else I can get my hands on. My goal is to sculpt multi-dimensional worlds, weave together richly crafted webs of transformative emotion, and immerse the individual within an authentic storytelling experience. I am always on the lookout for exciting new endeavors with other creative professionals who share my passion!
I’ve spent four years at the University of Miami studying under Academy Award nominee Chris Boardman, and will graduate in May 2015 with a degree in Media Writing & Production and a double minor in Music Business and Creative American Music. It will be a flagstone accomplishment in a lifelong musical journey that began thirteen years ago as a classically-trained pianist. In 2013, I composed the score for “Gwyndor”, a short film directed by David Crabtree (“Psych”, “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”) which won the Audience Choice Award at the HollyShorts Film Festival. I’m currently working as an additional composer for the Cartoon Network show "LEGO Ninjago", and also contributed music to the upcoming film "Seam", directed by Rajeev Dassani (“Covert Affairs”, “Scandal”).
In March 2014, I released my debut album - "The Terrestrial Orchestra" - a passion project in which I attempted to harness the elements of nature to create a musical journey like no other. My most recent project involved collaborating with David Krystal on an original soundtrack for the mobile game "Catalyst" - now available for iPhone and Android.
Name: Steven Gizzi
Lives in: Miami, Florida
Occupation: Music Composer, Sound Designer and Musician
Film (short) by Rajeev Dassani Additional Composer
Catalyst - Puzzle Game for iPhone & Android
by Lucid Sheep Studios Composer / Sound Designer
LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu
Television by Cartoon Network Additional Composer / Audio Editor
Film (short) by Dix & Nat Composer
University of Miami (Coral Gables, FL)
Berklee College of Music (Boston, MA)