Suzanne Edwards

Suzanne Edwards

Suzanne Edwards Music Los Angeles
Music Composer, Singer, Songwriter, Sound Designer and Sound Mixer

Portland, Oregon

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About Suzanne

2 Time Emmy Winning "Canadian/American/Greek Composer" of Music for Film•TV & Multi-Media•International Country Singer•Songwriter• Registered with CAVCO in Canada. (https://www.canada.ca/en/canadian-heritage/services/funding/cavco-tax-cr...)

Originally from Canada, Emmy Award Winner, Suzanne Edwards marries her strengths as a composer and songwriter together to offer both underscore and theme song for film, television, video games and multimedia projects.

Winner of 2011 Emmy for "Outstanding Work on a Public Service Announcement" for the Los Angeles Toy Loan Program produced by CityTV in partnership with Women in Film which aired in December 2010. Music composed, performed and recorded.

Winner of 2015 Emmy award winning documentary short film, entitled "Santa Monica Cares" Bread and Roses Segment; produced and directed by DGA Women's Steering Committee and CityTV Santa Monica. Music composed, performed and recorded.

Over the past 10 years, she has built an international following as a country recording artist and songwriter in the U.S., Europe, Australia and New Zealand.

Specialties: Has written with co-writers both in Los Angeles and Nashville, including Ronald Miller (Motown hitmaker "For Once in My Life", "Touch Me in the Morning"); R&B songwriter, Tony Haynes, Country Songwriters, Tony Stampley, Earl Clark and Craig Karp; as well as Custom Written Songs, Jingle spots; 30 Second PSA Commercials; Game Composer; Existing songs and cues available for licensing.

Film and video tax credits - CAVCO
The Canadian Audio-Visual Certification Office (CAVCO) co-administers two federal tax credit programs with the Canada Revenue Agency: the Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit program and the Film or Video Production Services Tax Credit program. CAVCO is also responsible for the administration of the CAVCO Personnel Number (also referred to as CAVCO ID).

Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit
To be eligible for the Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit (CPTC), the applicant must be a Canadian-owned, taxable corporation that is primarily in the business of Canadian film or video production.

Find out how to apply for the Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit.

Film or Video Production Services Tax Credit
To be eligible for the Film or Video Production Services Tax Credit (PSTC), the applicant can be either a foreign-owned corporation or a Canadian-owned corporation that is primarily in the business of film or video production services.

Find out how to apply for the Film or Video Production Services Tax Credit.

(https://www.canada.ca/en/canadian-heritage/services/funding/cavco-tax-cr...)

Awards

  • Emmy Award
    (2015)

  • Emmy Award
    (2011)

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