My name is Owen Devlin and I am a Film Composer and musician.
I have done some short film scores for students and have been playing instruments from a very early age. I have a natural talent for composing music but throughout the years, I have obtained discipline and perseverance, which are needed to be a success in this career. I am familiar with a variety of music styles and I have a good knowledge of music theory.
I have over ten years of experience in playing the guitar and have also been playing the piano for a number of years now. I am currently releasing film score music through the Audiokult label, you can find some of my music at the following link - https://soundcloud.com/search?q=odevlin87
I have also done work for Dragonstone pictures and recently won an award for best Music score at an online film festival for the music in The Demon's Heart which you can view here- https://vimeo.com/129378058
I also have released an album under Tony Tobolt Records for library music for production companies in Germany, and recently contributed to the fantastic film music album Mind Me released by the Scottish Composers Collective which you can listen to here-http://scottishcomposers.wix.com/collective
I am energetic, self-motivated and I have the ability to stay focused on the job at hand. My influences range from Classical music to Composers like Hans Zimmer, Clint Mansell and John Williams. I have samples of compositions that I have written in the past available for you to view at the aforementioned link, and I hope to hear from you soon.
The Science and Spirituality of Meditation
Film by Chayan Vinayak Goswami (Documentary) Sound department 'The Science and Spirituality of Meditation' is an investigation about the physical and psychological impact of meditation on the human body, especially for those who suffer from terminal illness. This documentary covers the research from three different continents of the world, collected in a period of over 5 years including documentation of long-term effects of meditative practices on HIV positive patients. A documentary strives a look at spiritual and scientific side of meditation, featuring interviews of: - Yoga guru Shri Ram Lal ji Siyag - who claims to cure terminal diseases. - Dr. Frederick Hecht- who is a professor at the University of California, San Francisco and has built a research program that focuses on mind-body interventions, particularly meditation and yoga. - Prof. Fahri Saatcioglu - who is a professor at the University of Oslo and has been researching on effects of meditational practices for more than a decade now. And several HIV-positive patients, who believe that...