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New Zealand’s Guide To Tessering Performed by the HOLLYWOOD CHAMBER ORCHESTRA

Performed by the Hollywood Chamber Orchestra lead by Mark Robertson, New Zealand’s Guide To Tessering is inspired by A Wrinkle In Time and my adventures when traveling in New Zealand, the piece celebrates the energy of nature, love & hope. As described in the novel by Madeleine L’Engle, Tessering is a form of traveling in the fifth dimension. The colorful musical journey reflects this experience, which transcends temporal and earthly boundaries.
“Stories make us more alive, more human, more courageous, more loving.” – Madeleine L’Engle


Projects Showcase


Here’s a link to MINDGAME, the thriller I recently scored. Directed by Jamie Neese
I’m so proud of this movie and the score. Note that it’s probably R rated.. enjoy!

A Taste of My Upcoming Reel!


Super excited to announce I am 1 of 11 talented women composers to present their music in a live concert, taking place October 30th, in The Ebell of Los Angeles. The music will be performed live to picture, by the Helix Collective. RSVP here!


It’s films like MINDGAME that remind me why I signed up for this career. MINDGAME is such a brilliant, mind-blowing thriller directed by Jamie Neese, whose work is no less than PERFECT. I can’t even begin to express how much I love this movie and the people behind it! Wrote about 26 min of score for it in 10 days. Here are pics from the mix. Here’s one of the main themes in the movie.

L to R: Sound mixer Peter Kelsey, Director Jamie Neese, Editor Dave Maurer myself and Producer Jay Holben
mindgame mix

mindamge mix

Recording at The Newman Scoring Stage, Fox Studios

I’ve had the greatest time recording a 65-piece orchestra at Fox Studios – Newman Scoring Stage earlier this month. Can’t thank ASCAP enough for this incredible opportunity one can only dream of !

SO(U)L & Called Home @ OUTFEST Film Festival

Super excited to attend the screening of two shorts I composed for: SO(U)L, short film directed by Alyssa Griego,
and Called Home, short film directed by Jason Piemnoppakao, at OUTFEST film festival

Here’s a taste of SO(U)L’s score:


(IN)VISIBLE WINS THE FILMMAKER AWARD @ The Disability Film Challenge

(In)Visibile, is a unique film written & directed the talented, full of charisma filmmaker Rosser Goodman.
Rosser initiated the project in order to spread awareness, inclusion and diversity for those with disabilities. Disability needs visibility.


(In)Visibile is special also because everyone on board, cast & crew, contributed their time and talents:
Actors Bryan Dilbeck & Nina Bergman who gave beautiful, compelling performances with great chemistry between them.
The legendary cinematographer Brad Rushing , the highly skilled producers Sara Ataiiyan & Dawn Mallory, and the prolific costume designer and fashion designer, Oneita Parker, to name a few. I composed the music.
The project was initially developed for the Disability Film Challenge and was completed in 48 hours. After winning the Best Filmmaker Award, editor Renee Barron came on board to re-cut a festival version, which we are currently working on. More updates coming soon!

Here’s some of the music that I wrote for it:

Different Tone Underneath


Visit The Disability Film Challenge Website.

AT LAST nominated for best original score @ HCFF 16′

AT LAST, a film by Anna Skrypka and ASCA FILMS, is doing really well on festivals. I’m happy to annouce that my score was nominated for Best Original Score @ Huston Comedy Film Festival. So honored!


At Last’s main theme. Enjoy!