Aug. 1, 2016
Collaborating with the incredibe singer & songstress, Lea Cappelli, on a new song for the MJ Dorian album. Here is a lovely shot from the recording session recently. (Photo by Anna Medvedeva)
Hello kiddies! Happy Early Halloween! Here is a little treat: a bite size short film from the award winning production company, Vivarium Media, which I just scored music for. Muhahahah, enjoy!
July 31st 2015,
Just had the honor of working with one of my favorite singers, Leila Hegazy, on a new original ‘dark pop’ song: Into The Fire. It was one of my first full production experiences (Music + Lyrics + Recording + Mix). Stay tuned for many more! Enjoy!
Dec. 15th, 2014
Recently received great news : a music track I wrote / recorded was featured in a Colbert Report episode. It’s a special cause for celebration as the show features very little music, and often solely relies on Stephen’s comedic genius.
The track is titled: ‘Metal Up Your Ass’. (I bet they just liked the title.) You can enjoy its heavy metal glory below.
Nov. 5th, 2014
Colonies: Neociv is a very good score. There’s not a single part of the album that I wanted to skip and that’s down to the composer’s ability to write interesting music. Considering this is an Indie game and was probably made with limited funds, the quality of the score that’s been produced is even more amazing.
Read the full review here: http://reelmusic.wordpress.com/2014/11/05/colonies-neociv-milosz-jeziorski/
‘Tiger Lily Road’ is an award winning dark comedy which I had the honor of scoring last year. It features the Emmy winning, Tom Pelphrey, and directed by the brilliant, Michael Medeiros. After just finishing a large festival circuit, it will be playing at Quad Cinema in NYC for extended dates starting Oct. 24th. Info and tickets here:
If you like dark comedies, this one is a treat!
Oct. 1, 2014
‘Close The Door’ is a short psychological horror film directed by the Vivaris Bros (Glen and Shaun Vivaris), written by Ashley Perryman Quach. Currently wrapping up post production, and expected to make waves on the festival circuit later this year. It was so much fun finding the right musical identity for this film, as it needed a fine balance of unsettling, creepy, and mysterious. Please enjoy one of the themes below.
Sept. 21st, 2014
Recently did sound design, music, and mixing for long time partner-in-crime, Michael J Pisano. Always a knee slapping good time working with animation.