Am a lover of nature's sounds, whether it be trees swept by the wind, or the sound of the ocean. Yet, even the city's sounds inspire my creativity in building soundscapes.
But I also create well-crafted soundtracks and pop songs and compositions that range from the austere to the giddy reaches of pop
Recognized by Cinemafest and Linette Harrigan Media, New Yor City for excellence in pop songwriting receiving ‘Song of the Month’ for January, 2018
Recently added my recent composition, ‘Lost Horizon’ to indie romantic film, ‘Dominic Day’ set for release for 2018.
Also a writer of comedy, drama, and para- normal and horror.
Latest short script, ‘Forward Rewind’ is a twist on the lost film genre
My comedy "Hair Today: Gone Tomorrow" a candidate for short comedy with the Austin Comedy Short
Film Festival as well as Portland Comedy Festival and Edinburgh Film Festival
Unique traits: innate sounds and unique compostions, one of a kind
Hair Today: Gone Tomorrow Budget: $0 - $100K | Comedy Jake, a washed up rock star, is at the end of his ropes. Until, he meets a sheepherder from Cyprus, who sets him on a different course. Jake has found a new purpose in life, and it somehow centers around sheep, herding and letting go of his old life and hanger-ons. Plus, the sheepherder really can sing! And, don't forgot the nachos!
Jack's Tree Budget: $0 - $100K | Horror Doug, a loner, lives upstate by himself, and nearby is his outgoing neighbor, Jack, who is alwaystrimming the big pine tree on his property, with a powerful chainsaw. When a fence goes up between them, there's trouble and a tree figures in their conflict
Film by Neo Bryce Largo Composer Song 'Lost Horizon' selected for independent film 'Dominic Day'
Song of the month with Linette Harrigan Media, New York City
Semi-finalist for song, “Day Too Late,” with Cinemafest
Semi-finalist with Global Film Trailer for “Day Too Late”
Semi-finalist for Austin Comedy Short Film Festival for 'Hair Today: Gone Tomorrow'
Portland Comedy Festival: finalist for comedy screenplay, “Hair Today: Gone Tomorrow”
Edinburgh Film Festival for “Hair Today: Gone Tomorrow”
TV Comedy Writing w/ Jerry Perzigian (Fraser; The Jeffersons)