Geoff Koch

Geoff Koch

http://www.kochproductions.com
Music Composer and Music Supervisor

Nashville, Tennessee

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August 2016
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About Geoff

I have been composing for TV & film for nearly 20 years. I have composed for shows on A&E, MSNBC, National Geographic, as well as Saturday Night Live, and features such as The Record Keeper and Coming Back to the Hoop. My entire resume is far too long to list here. I bring to the table an expanse of musical experience. Let's talk about your project.

http://www.kochproductions.com

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  • The Gathering

    The Gathering (2016)
    Video (Documentary and Short) Composer "The Gathering" tells the story of Witness to Innocence, the largest organization of death row exonerees in the country. These innocent men and women, some having spent decades on death row for murders they didn't commit, come together once a year to share their thoughts and feelings, fears and dreams with the only people who really understand what they experienced. Their stories are heartbreaking, shocking and anger-provoking. The exonerees empower each other, speaking out about a broken justice system that makes mistakes and compels them to be warriors against the death penalty. Viewers meet 16 exonerees, a diverse group brought together by a common experience, a unique family no one chooses to belong to. These death row survivors are men and women; black, white and Latino; liberal and conservative. They bare their souls, forever changed by the degradation they suffered. Like Anthony Ray Hinton who spent 30 years on death row, released only six months before the filming. And Debra ...

  • Take Flight

    Take Flight (2016)
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  • Grossology and You

    Grossology and You (2014)
    Film (Documentary and Short) Composer Join Noreen Neuron, host of the "Personal Universe" game show, as she leads us through a competition to decide which body system is the best and brightest. Will it be Scabby (the immune system), Boogie (the respiratory system) or Flatus (the digestive system)? Laugh and learn as these animated characters explore the inner workings of the human body!

  • The Record Keeper

    The Record Keeper (2014)
    Film (Sci-Fi) Composer A sci-fi history of mankind told from the perspective of angels. The Record Keeper, Raina, works in Heaven's administrative offices tracking events unfolding on earth.

  • Coming Back to the Hoop

    Coming Back to the Hoop (2014)
    Film (Documentary, Biography and Sport) Composer 43 years ago Jane Pittman, a promising basketball star at her small town High School, ran off the court never to return ... until now. When Jane stumbles across the Nova United Senior Women's Basketball League, old passions are reignited. Vowing to get into the best shape of her life, she is determined to play competitive ball again. What she never expected to find on this journey is a passionate group of seniors who have decided to 'wear out, before we rust out'. Choosing basketball over bingo, these women come together for much more than sports. 'Coming Back To The Hoop' is a film about the transforming power of basketball and the healing it brings when you connect with something larger than yourself and give yourself over to the team. Written by Anonymous

  • Counter Measure

    Counter Measure (2013)
    Film (Short, Action, Sci-Fi and Thriller) Composer Two men, locked in a mysterious house, fight for the hand of one woman.

  • In Your Hands

    In Your Hands (2011)
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  • Lamps of Atlantis

    Lamps of Atlantis (2011)
    Film (Documentary and Short) Composer Our search for the lost continent of Atlantis takes us on a journey through the astronomical knowledge and understanding of the ancient Greeks. How did the constellations get their names? What different patterns did ancient cultures see in the sky? Was Atlantis a real place? Did it really sink into the sea? We will uncover clues to help us solve this age-old mystery. Written by Evans & Sutherland

  • Undercover: Double Life

    Undercover: Double Life (2009 - 2010)
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  • God's Fingerprints

    God's Fingerprints (2010)
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  • Inside the Iraq War

    Inside the Iraq War (2009)
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  • Who Loves Judas?

    Who Loves Judas? (2009)
    Film (Comedy and Drama) Composer About what happens when people choose fear instead of Love. Most of us seek to drive back fear by staying busy with nonsense - by trying 'to be onto something' to avoid despair. Thus, we turn away from Love.

  • The Human Trace

    The Human Trace (2008)
    Film (Thriller) Composer An undercover cop follows a trail of murders where the victims died without a cause of death.

  • The Final Report

    The Final Report (2006 - 2008)
    Television (Documentary) Composer Add a Plot »

  • Fight for Fallujah

    Fight for Fallujah (2008)
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  • When Forensics Fail

    When Forensics Fail (2007)
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  • Hidden Treasure

    Hidden Treasure (2007)
    Video (Short and Comedy) Composer A real estate agent discovers oil on an ugly property and must convince his wife and friends that it's real. Based on the parable of the Hidden Treasure from Matthew 13:44.

  • Mobsters

    Mobsters (2007)
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  • Moses Sithole: The South African Strangler

    Moses Sithole: The South African Strangler (2007)
    TV Movie (Documentary and Crime) Composer Add a Plot »

  • Tucked Away

    Tucked Away (2007)
    Video (Drama and Thriller) Composer On the surface, Ray Ryan has it all. He's a successful advertising executive with a new promotion. He has a nice home and a beautiful fiancée. Underneath it all is a dark secret he's finding harder to hide. Ray's nightmares are giving way to visions of his abusive father, unlocking a suppressed violence he's unable to control. When ray brutally assaults a man in a parking lot, it leads to an investigation by an aging detective with a connected past. Neither is prepared as the secrets begin to unfold over a thirty-year-old murder they've both struggled to keep buried. Written by Echelon Studios

  • Baba King

    Baba King (2007)
    Film (Short and Drama) Music department Baba King explores life in the projects as seen through the eyes of eighteen-year-old Baba. After a career-ending injury cuts short Baba's plans of playing college basketball, the wounded inner-city star turns to one of the ghettos only other avenues - drug trafficking. Sitting on three kilos of cocaine, with time running out, Baba concocts a plan which will use his five-year-old brother as cover during a dangerous drug drop on their way to the bus stop. Written by Ryan Jackson

  • Death Road

    Death Road (2006)
    TV Movie (Documentary, Adventure and Family) Composer Travel high into the Andes to a road that has more deaths per mile than any other byway in the world.

  • UFO Files

    UFO Files (2005)
    Television (Documentary and Sci-Fi) Composer Add a Plot »

  • Judy

    Judy (2005)
    Film (Short and Drama) Composer "Judy" tells the story of three siblings and their struggle with an abusive stepfather who has a relentless stranglehold on their happiness and normal upbringing. Told from the eldest child's point of view, Judy, the film shows us a typical afternoon for a twelve-year-old girl, along with her brother Franklin and their younger sister, Emma. The audience is then invited to see into Judy's psyche as she buries her trauma and abuse within, and attempts to separate from the horrible reality that awaits her every afternoon. Based on producer Darla Jackson's true story, "Judy" spares no one and asks us all to take responsibility for one of the world's dirtiest secrets. Written by Darla Jackson & Ryan Jackson

  • The 9/11 Hijackers: Inside the Hamburg Cell

    The 9/11 Hijackers: Inside the Hamburg Cell (2005)
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  • American Justice

    American Justice (2004)
    Television (Documentary, Biography and Crime) Composer Bill Kurtis hosts this documentary series that profiles criminal cases involving high profile murders, serial killers, and organized crime. Each episode culminating with the justice dispensed by the American legal system in each case.

  • Controversy

    Controversy (2004)
    Television (Music and Talk-Show) Music department "'Courtesy of the Red, White & Blue'" - Discusses the Toby Keith post-9/11 song. "'The Pill'" - Examines Loretta Lynn's 1975 hit, banned by many stations. "'Independence Day'" - Analyzes response to Martina McBride's song and video on domestic violence, which re-emerged after the brutal murder of Nicole Simpson. "'Would You Lay With Me In A Field of Stone'" - Revisits the mid-1970s hit by Tanya Tucker, then an underage adolescent singing about sex. "'Indian Outlaw'" - Presents several points of view on the Tim McGraw novelty hit, including a wide range of perspectives of famous Native Americans. "Johnny Cash vs. Music Row" - Focuses on Cash's battle in the 1980s to convince radio stations to keep playing his songs, in the middle of a shift to promoting younger artists exclusively. "'John Walker Blues'" - Explores Steve Earle's song about American expatriate John Walker Lindh, the center of a firestorm for his service as a Taliban soldier. "Kris Kristofferson" - Looks in particular at ... Written by Andrea la Tejana

  • Jeremiah Strong

    Jeremiah Strong (2002)
    Film (Drama and Short) Composer A short film about a drifter trying to make amends for past mistakes. While searching for a low-rent apartment, Jeremiah discovers affordable housing isn't the only thing that's difficult to regain in life.

  • The Life and Times of Sonny Bono

    The Life and Times of Sonny Bono (1999)
    TV Movie (Documentary) Composer Add a Plot »

  • Biography

    Biography (1998 - 1999)
    Television (Documentary and Biography) Composer First hosted by veteran actor Peter Graves, and later by Jack Perkins, this popular Arts and Entertainment Network series profiled the lives of notable figures in the history of entertainment, sports, arts, science, politics and warfare. The show is notable for its in-depth research, which often provides viewers with little-known information about well-known people. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

  • Haunted History

    Haunted History (1999)
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  • Foot Soldiers

    Foot Soldiers (1998)
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  • Treasure!

    Treasure! (1998)
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  • Italians in America

    Italians in America (1998)
    TV Movie (Documentary and History) Composer Joseph Campanella narrates the history of Italian immigration to America, beginning with the trickle of Northern Italians in the early 19th Century to the deluge of Southern Italians between the 1880's and 1920's. These immigrants not only met with difficulty in the New World because of language differences but also faced discrimination in their own Catholic Church, which was dominated by English-speaking Irish Americans. The new immigrants banded together in isolated communities called "Little Italies." Delegated to manual labor, they struggled to become assimilated into American society and were able to overcome negative stereotyping while producing such outstanding and prominent citizens as A. P. Giannini, Enrico Caruso, Frank Capra, Joe DiMaggio, and Frank Sinatra. Interviews with a dozen prominent Italian-Americans including Geraldine Ferraro and Rudy Guilianni and the great influence of Italian food in gaining acceptance for Italians are highlighted. Written by Gabe Taverney (duke1029@aol.com)

  • America's Castles

    America's Castles (1997)
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  • The Stupids

    The Stupids (1996)
    Film (Comedy and Adventure) Soundtrack When the Stupids, an average suburban American family, discover that their garbage was "stolen" out of the can, they begin the investigation of that "conspiracy". Written by Anonymous

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