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2015 is starting incredibly well, I am currently signing on some very exciting projects and we started it off with an incredible news:  Polarrifc, the latest Hallmark Channel animated special I scored for the holidays was nominated at the prestigious Annie Awards — the highest recognition in the world for animation!

In Chel White’s own words, here is what Polariffic is about:

497236095_640“Taking place in the North Pole, “Polariffic” is a story about a foursome of Arctic friends that takes a journey from fear to friendship. Snowby a gentle polar bear, Jaz a be-bopping penguin, Flitter a light-on-her-feet artic fox and Cupcake a thoughtful baby seal are the best of friends, until one day they encounter Charlie, a young Yeti who tries to befriend them. At first terrified, the four friends find themselves face-to-face with the Yeti and must muster the courage to trust him in order to save themselves. In the end the gang learns appearances aren’t always what they seem.

Our little film was nominated for BEST ANIMATED SPECIAL PRODUCTION.  And the other contenders for the prize were pretty huge, no less than DreamWorks Animation with “How to Train Your Dragon,” “Cosmos: A Space Odyssey,” Pixar Animation’s “Toy Story” and Universal Television’s “How Murray Saved Christmas.”

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Polariffic was nominated for Best Animated Special, and we were up against some pretty serious contenders!

Unfortunately for us, “Cosmos: A Space Odyssey” won the award.  But it’s ok, because we love Cosmos.  Such a great show.  I had the pleasure to attend the VIP Red Carpet event with my beautiful wife Jennifer and with Polariffic’s director Rob Shaw and my dear friend — director and owner of the animation studios Bent Image Lab — Chel White.

Jennifer Ingle and Charles-Henri Avelange attend the 42nd Annual Annie Awards Red Carpet in Los Angeles, CA. (2015)

Jennifer Ingle and Charles-Henri Avelange attend the 42nd Annual Annie Awards Red Carpet in Los Angeles, CA. (2015)

Even though I have been working with Rob Shaw for at least the past 2 years, it was the first time that we were meeting in person.  And I haven’t seen Chel since him and I worked on Jingle & Bell’s Christmas Star.  It was great to spend time all together.

Rob Shaw, Jennifer Ingle and Charles-Henri Avelange on the Red Carpet at the 42nd Annie Awards

Rob Shaw, Jennifer Ingle and Charles-Henri Avelange on the Red Carpet at the 42nd Annie Awards

Charles-Henri Avelange, Jennifer Ingle and Chel White on the Red Carpet at the 42nd Annie Awards

Charles-Henri Avelange, Jennifer Ingle and Chel White on the Red Carpet at the 42nd Annie Awards

The Red Carpet was very impressive of course, legend of animation were present, as well as legendary Disney’s composer Richard Sherman, who is probably one of the sweetest person on earth!  I also had the pleasure to meet Jen Rarey from Hallmark who produced Polariffic.

Scoring Polariffic was an amazing experience.  The film is probably the cutest thing I have ever seen on screen.  The animation is so well done and director Rob Shaw had some great ideas for the score.  I also had the pleasure to have my first collaboration with one of the best session guitarist in Los Angeles, Michael Ripoll.  Michael has done some extensive work for composer John Powell (Bourne Identity, Rio, How to Train Your Dragon…) and working with him was one of the most amazing experience I’ve had.  And here’s a hint:  I’m working again with Michael on another project (more to come soon!)

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The fun thing about Polariffic, is that the film is supposed to be part of Hallmark’s main holiday feature film, which is called Northpole. In the story of Northpole, there is an animated TV series that everyone is fond of, and it’s called Polariffic.  In the film, you get to see only 30 seconds of it.  But then the full episode, which I worked on, is available as a bonus on Northpole’s DVD or on the Hallmark Channel website.

If you get a chance, you can watch the full short film on the Hallmark Channel’s website, here:
Polariffic on The Hallmark Channel

Everyone really liked the score and thought it was amazing.  I was very happy we managed to convey Rob’s vision through music.  I even ended up whistling in the end credits theme 🙂

For the score Rob wanted something not too orch10872785_10152432459951097_8449932734552322982_oestral, trying to step away from the Disney style.  That’s how we ended up with Mandolin, Mandola, Ukulele (yup, for a Christmas movie… that’s right)  all sorts of guitars and electric basses.  Trombone, fiddle, flutes and voila!  The recipe for quite an original score.

The wonderful Royce Hall at UCLA was a full house.  The ceremony was also on TV and people were able to stream it live online.  Chel, Rob, Jennifer and I were sitting right in the middle of the Disney people. Which was quite fun 🙂

The ceremony had the particularity this year of not having a host, instead, we had a series of people presenting each category of awards.  We were very well treated and the animation community is warm and welcoming.  A big thank you goes to the IAFS-Hollywood for all the attention and care they put into this event.  The food was delicious and the staff charming.

All that to say, see you next year the Annie’s!  I certainly look forward to attend once again, and who knows, maybe this time we will win that beautiful statuette!

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Chel White, Rob Shaw and Charles-Henri Avelange sitting inside Royce Hall during the ceremony.

Starship Rising Album Soundtrack by Charles-Henri Avelange

Starship Rising Album Soundtrack by Charles-Henri Avelange

Without a Box Winner

It is with great excitement that I announce the Starship Rising Album Soundtrack is officially real eased.  And you can find it pretty much everywhere!  But also, on August 30th 2014, I won the AOF/WAB Best Music Score Award at the Action on Film International Film Festival in Los Angeles.

Lots of first timers here:  First LA feature film, first Actio/Sci-Fi score and first Hollywood Award!  Neil Johnson’s film ended up winning a few awards that night, Best Sci-Fi Picture, Best Visual Effects, Best Actor in a Leading Role, Runner Up Best Editor and a Nomination for Best Set Design.

We were all really excited.  And alls grateful for Managing Director of AOFF Del Weston for honoring us with such great awards. We were all dressed up in tux, invited at the prestigious gala dinner award reception.  I was of course accompanied by my beautiful wife Jennifer.

Here is my acceptance speech:

About a week earlier “Starship Rising” premiered at the AOFF and the response from the audience was great!  We had a sold out screening.  It’s always a great moment to get to hear your music played in a movie theatre, and being able to see the final look of the picture.  Often in Science Fiction film, the composer doesn’t get to see the final look of the film until it’s basically released.  CGI is being worked until the very end and while what I had to work with was sometimes close to be the final footage, I also had to deal with a lot of green screens.

As I said earlier, Starship won many awards, and I was really honored to win in the same category as our wonderful lead actor and dear friend Darren Jacobs.  We both won in the sponsored award of our respective categories, hence the AOF/WAB acronym by our award’s name.  Darren and his co-Star Emii really delivered a wonderful performance in Starship Rising.  It influenced directly a lot of themes in the score.  Another tandem that worked really well was Darren and Ralph Guzzo, who plays the general.  Their climax scene inspired the theme “Captain vs General” in the soundtrack.

You can listen to it here:

So now, where can you find the album you ask?

You can find it here:

Starship Rising on Apple iTunes

Starship Rising on CDBaby.com

Starship Rising on Spotify

Starship Rising on Amazon

Charles-Henri Avelange's trophée for the Best Music Score Award

Charles-Henri Avelange’s trophée for the Best Music Score Award

The trophée was really cool.  It’s a real Golden Fujifilm 35 mm reel case.  Which in a few years, is going to be considered an antique!  How awesome is that 🙂

Actor Darren Jacobs and Composer Charles-Henri Avelange.  Both winners of the AOF/WAB Award.

Actor Darren Jacobs and Composer Charles-Henri Avelange. Both winners of the AOF/WAB Award.

Actress Ellen Dubin, Jennifer Ingle Avelange, Director Neil Johnson and Composer Charles-Henri Avelange

Actress Ellen Dubin, Jennifer Ingle Avelange, Director Neil Johnson and Composer Charles-Henri Avelange

Red Carpet Gala at the 2014 Action on Film International Film Festival

Red Carpet Gala at the 2014 Action on Film International Film Festival. Composer Charles-Henri Avelange with his wife Jennifer.

Director Neil Johnson and Composer Charles-Henri Avelange posing with the Best Music Score Award.

Director Neil Johnson and Composer Charles-Henri Avelange posing with the Best Music Score Award.

Composer Charles-Henri Avelange and AOFF Managing Director Del Weston

Composer Charles-Henri Avelange and AOFF Managing Director Del Weston

Jennifer Ingle Avelange and Charles-Henri Avelange arrive on the Red Carpet of the 2014 Action on Film International Film Festival

Jennifer Ingle Avelange and Charles-Henri Avelange arrive on the Red Carpet of the 2014 Action on Film International Film Festival

Jennifer and Charles-Henri Avelange holding the Best Music Score Award on the Red Carpet

Jennifer and Charles-Henri Avelange holding the Best Music Score Award on the Red Carpet

Director Neil Johnson, Actree/Singer Emily Rose Morrison (Emii) and Composer Charles-Henri Avelange at the world premiere of Starship Rising

Director Neil Johnson, Actree/Singer Emily Rose Morrison (Emii) and Composer Charles-Henri Avelange at the world premiere of Starship Rising

Premiere of Starship Rising at the 2014 Action on Film International Film Festival

Jennifer Ingle Avelange and Charles-Henri Avelange premiere of Starship Rising at the 2014 Action on Film International Film Festival

Actor Darren Jacobs holding his signed copy of the Award winning soundtrack with Composer Charles-Henri Avelange

Actor Darren Jacobs holding his signed copy of the Award winning soundtrack with Composer Charles-Henri Avelange

Actor Marc Hawes holds his copy of the award-winning soundtrack

Actor Marc Hawes holds his copy of the award-winning soundtrack

Jake holds his signed copy of the award-winning soundtrack Starship Rising

Jake holds his signed copy of the award-winning soundtrack Starship Rising

The official poster of "The Bath" by Mark Lundsten

The official poster of “The Bath” by Mark Lundsten

On August 14th 2014 my wife and I attending the Hollyshorts Film Festival Opening Night!  The event takes place on Hollywood Boulevard at the famous TCL Chinese Theatre.  It was very exciting.  The short film I scored last year titled “The Bath” directed by Mark Lundsten was indeed an official selection at the festival.

“The Bath” won best narrative short at the 2013 Ojai Film Festival and so we were pretty excited by the idea that we could take back something home at Hollyshorts.  But the competition was hard this year and there were so much great films.  Unfortunately we didn’t win anything this year.  But still, what an exciting event!

10th Hollyshorts Film Festival Opening Night Red Carpet

10th Hollyshorts Film Festival Opening Night Red Carpet

“The Bath” was inspired by a poem about the Alzheimer disease.  A tribute to those who have to take care and see people that they care about slowly forget entirely who they are and who are the people who loves them.

Jennifer Ingle Avelange, Mark Lundsten and Charles-Henri Avelange

Jennifer Ingle Avelange, Mark Lundsten and Charles-Henri Avelange

Hollyshorts is one of the top film festival for short film, a great avenue for discovering new talents.  There were a lot of talented filmmaker and one of greatest pleasure was to see that very dear friends of mine from Seattle were sponsors of the festival this year!  Ben Andrews from Evil Slave Productions was hosting a panel, sponsoring the event as well as a special screening of all of this year’s best short film from the Pacific Northwest, and “The Bath” was a part of it.  Most notable films in my opinion were “Shift Paradigm” directed by Ben Andrews himself, that was in all aspects definitely one of the best film I’ve seen coming out of Seattle.  And the Harvey Brother’s “The Arborlight” which was definitely notable. 

Lots of friends to see in person, on screen and in the credits!  A wonderful event for which I thank Daniel Sol and Theo Dumont for putting it together every year as well as organizing various seminars and workshops all year long.

See you next year!

Jennifer and Charles-Henri Avelange attends the 10th Hollyshorts Opening Night

Jennifer and Charles-Henri Avelange attends the 10th Hollyshorts Opening Night

 

The Nobility Poster presented at Comic Con

The Nobility Poster presented at Comic Con

This year, I had the pleasure to attend the 2014 San Diego International Comic Con with the entire “Nobility” cast & crew!  It was so much fun!  With more than 500 people attending our panel and #Nobility becoming a Twitter trend for a few hours, we were all super excited.

I had attended some of the shooting days on set and therefore had the opportunity to meet in person most of our wonderful cast prior to the event.  But I still had some surprises when Christopher Judge showed up in person at the Panel!  As a former avid viewer of “Stargate: SG-1” and “Stargate: Atlantis” it was quite something to meet the legendary “Teal’c” in person.  But even more, the opportunity to collaborate with him on “Nobility.”

Created by EJ de La Pena (Jingle All The Way), Nobility’s cast is composed of Darren Jacobs (Starship: Rising), Torri Higginson (Stargate: Atlantis), James Kyson (Heroes), Cas Anvar (Assassin’s Creed), Adrienne Wilkinson (Xena: Princess Warrior), Walter Koenig (Star Trek), Doug Jones (Falling Skies), Ellen Dubin (Napoleon Dynamite), Miracle Laurie (Doll House) and as said before, Christopher Judge! (Stargate: SG-1).

We presented at our panel the first trailer made out of the 60 min worth of content that were shot through out June and July.  Each of the character are so strong and interact so well with each other, they are inspiring a music theme for each of them.  Along the trailer was also presented the final version of the Nobility Music Theme!  It was great to hear it blasted out loud via the giant speakers in the conference room 🙂

You can watch the full panel on the video below (I make it start at the Trailer presentation):

We also had our own booth were we held some signing event and we ended up signing hundreds of posters!  There is great enthusiasm from the fans regarding Nobility and this is really what has been getting that show together so far.  So thank you to all of you who are showing your love toward the show, it means a great deal to all of us.

Now that we are all back and survived the craziness of the Con (150,000 people in attendance total!) it is time for me to continue scoring this wonderful project.  I came up with a theme for Darren Jacobs’ character, Doug Jones’ and Walter Koenig’s as well.

I can’t wait share more as I go, for now enjoy these few screenshots! 🙂

Christopher Judge and Charles-Henri Avelange

Christopher Judge (Stargate: SG1) and Charles-Henri Avelange

James Kyson and Charles-Henri Avelange

James Kyson (Heroes) and composer Charles-Henri Avelange

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Nobility Panel at San Diego Comic Con

Doug Jones and Charles-Henri Avelange

Doug Jones (Falling Skies) and Charles-Henri Avelange

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Nobility Panel: (Left to Right) Adrienne Wilkinson (Xena: Princess Warrior), Cas Anvar (Assassin’s Creed), Darren Jacobs (Starship Rising), Charles-Henri Avelange and Doug jones hugging director Neil Johnson

Charles-Henri Avelange and Neil Johnson

Charles-Henri Avelange and director Neil Johnson

 

Starship: Rising

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This year started with the completion of a 60 min score I composed for Sci-Fi veteran director Neil Johnson’s latest feature film “Starship: Rising.”

I had a blast scoring this film! It could be described as an “angry Star Trek” or Game of Thrones in outer space.

The story: “Starship One… the most powerful prototype warship in the Federation, capable of destroying entire worlds. When the order is given to destroy the Earth, Flight Lieutenant John Worthy mutineers Starship One and takes on the might of the entire Federation.”

Starship is introducing British actor Darren Jacobs as Captain John Worthy and rising star pop music phenomenon Emily Rose Morison aka “Emii” in the role of Jolii. But also veteran actors such as EJ De La Pena (Jingle All The Way) and Claudia Wells (Back to The Future).

Neil’s main request about how to go to the music was that it must be dark. Really dark. Heavy low brass and low string sections where used in combination of humongous percussions and very deep synthesizer basses to create what is to these days the darkest score I have ever composed!

Starship’s world is vast and at times I also introduced ethnic instruments, including Duduk and Sitar, played in very unusual ways in search of the most alien sound I could possibly come up with. I had a lot of fun creating specific themes for sets of character, my favorite one of course being the theme for the captain and general rivalry which culminates in an incredible duel of Starship in a giant gas planet storm.

I tried to convey with the score that sense of old chivalry values that seem to survive within a world torn apart by war and corruption, where new heroes rise from the fallen.

Starship: Rising will be the first of a series of 3 movie, and the challenge in “Rising” was to also make the score to gradually go toward the direction of Starship 2 or “Apocalypse,” which I look forward to be scoring as well.

Starship: Rising has found international distribution and is set to be released this year.

Below is the “Starship: Rising” trailer, featuring also a music theme I composed:

Here is also an interview I gave discussing further the process of scoring Starship: Rising which will be included in the DVD bonuses (interview starts after the trailer):

SHADOWED

Shadowed Poster

In 2012, I had the opportunity to score Joey Johnson’s feature film titled “Shadowed.” I was asked to create a haunting score to go with this story that takes place deep into the woods of the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State.
The score of “Shadowed” is mostly orchestral, with bits of industrial techno/rock. It was very interesting to make the score grow with the film, as “Shadowed” is a flash back driven story. A group of friends go on a camping trip to fresh out their minds from the terrible events that happened 6 months before: the death of Sophia.

One of the most interesting theme that I developed for the film was Liebning’s, the vilain of the story. He is the owner of a bar/brothel and the music that plays in the bar is industrial-techno. At the beginning I was not supposed to score music for these scenes in the bar but very quickly, the idea that the bar music becomes Liebning’s theme through out the film grew strong in me and Joey really liked the idea. It leaded me to make some cool orchestral interpretation of this techno theme through out the film as part of the background score, growing into industrial-rock in one of the most important scene with him. It created an ominous presence of his character through out the whole film that I am very proud of.

“Shadowed” will be represented this year at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival Market or “Marché du Film!” Additionally, it will be an official selection at the 2013 Seattle International Film Festival. Also “Shadowed” won the audience choice award at the local 2012 Tacoma Film Festival in Washington.

A pretty impressive line up for what is Joey Johnson’s first feature film screenplay and feature film directing debuts!
If you get a chance to watch the film definitely feel to post in this section about it. You can also visit the film’s official website at http://www.shadowedmovie.com and on the facebook page here:
https://www.facebook.com/shadowedmovie?fref=ts

Meanwhile you can hear the main theme of the film on the main page of my website, as usual: http://www.charleshenriavelange.com Enjoy!

SIFF 2013 Poster

The SIFF Orchestra!

I am very proud to bring you this year a project that took me 2 years to put together: THE SIFF ORCHESTRA
For the first time in history, the 38th Seattle international Film Festival (SIFF) will kick off its annual Grand Opening Night ceremony on May 17th 2012 with a 60-piece orchestra that will play live the original music I composed!

The project was finally made possible thanks to the help of Kirsten G. James from the Seattle Musician’s Alliance. Veteran musician and conductor Michael Miropolsky will be conducting, which makes me very honored.

My involvement with SIFF goes back to 2009, when I was asked to score the SIFF 35th Anniversary Tribute. A 20 min film that was opening the 35th ceremony directed by Rick Stevenson and starring numerous Seattle luminaries such as actor Tom Skerritt, Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, Starbucks chairman Howard Schultz, Steve Pool, Matt hasselbeck from the Seattle Seahawkes and many, many more!

After the success of this score, I was asked to come up with some original music to play during the ceremony for the first time ever. We did in 2010 and 2011. Each time I produced the music separately and it was then played on speakers during the event. People liekd it so much that the very first night we did that everyone was saying “It would so great to have it played by a live orchestra, it would make us feel at the OSCARS!”

This is when I sat down with Deborah Person (SIFF Managing Director) and Carl Spence (SIFF Artistic Director) and started discussing seriously about potentially make it happen. In the end it took me 2 years to put together, but I finally came back with an orchestra ready to perform the night of May 17th 2012!

We just launched a Kickstarter campaign, which is the very last step of this 2-year-quest. You can check it out here:
The SIFF Orchestra Kickstarter Page

Hallmark: Jingle All The Way

In summer 2011, I was proposed to score a very special project. I was commissioned to compose the music of the Hallmark “Jingle All The Way” animation special which premiered on the Hallmark Channel on November 25th 2011, and then played several time all through out the holidays.
Jingle All The Way Premiere

Working on “Jingle” lead me to a wonderful collaboration with director Chel White, whose work I already admired for a couple years prior to meeting with him. So working with Chel is kind of a dream come true. His studio is the one that produced the film, Bent Image Lab, one of the best stop motion animation studios in the US.

Scoring the film had its own challenges of course. First of all, The film — about 22 min running time — needed constant music. All orchestral. The version of the film I was scoring still had story board inserted for scenes that weren’t done yet. So for example one shot was having the animation, but the next one would be rough black & white drawings moving. However they would last the exact length of what the animated scene is supposed to be. All dialogues and sounds FX where in place as well, so that was helping a lot.

This is where working with Chel was great. He knew exactly what he wanted and was very good at leading me into what the music should accomplish for the pictures. This score is definitely the fruit of my collaboration with him. One other challenge that I also had to deal with, is that “Jingle” is part of the whole “story bud” product line, which at the beginning started as a book and an interactive plush toy, that reacts to certain key sentences when you read the book. Well, so is the film! The kids are supposed to watch the film with the plush, and certain dialogues in the film trigger the puppy plush to bark and make all sorts of noises at those moments. My responsibility as the composer was to make sure that the music does not interfere with that process at those very moments. And it was tricky… it was hard to determine which type of instrument/frequencies were interfering (high violin lines were most of the time the killer), so I had to take it into consideration while scoring the film.

I was invited to go down to Portland, OR and visit the animation studios, and saw pretty much an army of artists at work! It was like walking into Disneyland. Man, a live “Making Of”! I saw all the machines involved to take the shots, the lights, the multiple sets, how they make the puppets from the metal articulated skeleton to the silicon used to make their skins! It was awesome.

As Chel was giving me the tour, I just couldn’t help but notice all these bags and buckets full of… powdered sugar! Lots of it. I mean, TONS of it! What could they possibly use it for?? Well guess what… in “Jingle All The Way” there is a lot of… SNOW. Yes, snow. That’s how the snow you see all along the film is made: with powdered sugar. As the people at Bent were telling me more about it, I ended up hearing stories about ants problems etc… imagine that. I asked Chel “Does the company you order all that sugar from have any idea what you are using it for?” and he replied with a smile “probably not” 🙂

In the end the whole project turned out fantastic! The New York Times called it “By far the best of the bunch!” in their review of all the animation films for the holidays (You can check out the review here: http://tv.nytimes.com/2011/11/24/arts/television/jingle-all-the-way-the-elf-on-the-shelf-and-more-christmas-cartoons-television-review.html). See for yourself on this video below: a 3 min little overview of the whole film, featuring some of the music I composed:

You can also listen to more music from “Jingle All The Way” on my website (http://www.charleshenriavelange.com)
Of course, being the composer of this film leads to cute little trivias, such as the one time I walked by a Hallmark store in Seattle with my wife: We were looking at the display with the whole Jingle set — Plush, book and DVD — and an old lady comes to me saying “Isn’t it adorable? Have you seen it?” and I replied “Oh I am glad you like it so much, I made the music for it!”. She stared at me for a few seconds, completely immobile just like she could have seen a ghost… only to finally answer “Well, congratulations, young man!”

But then you also browse the internet and find the cutest things just like the video below, where young Lukas’ REAL husky pup named JAX interacts with Jingle (and what a thrill to hear the music through his TV’s speaker!!)

Director Chel White and I at the Portland premiere of Jingle

Director Chel White and I at the Portland premiere of Jingle

Holding the original puppets of Andrew and Jingle used for the film!

Spinning

This year was marked by my second collaboration with Director John Jacobsen and Producer Chris Oliver on the film titled “Spinning”.

John and Chris are the filmmakers behind “Arthur” which has won several awards since it was released last year.

Scoring “Spinning” was in interesting challenge. The score is very atypic and does not resemble anything I have done so far. There are 2 themes in the film and both of them are audible simultaneously. But each one being hidden inside the other one. The difficult part came from the fact that both themes are complete different musical genre, which really made it hard to combine them.

The subject of the film is about how sometimes we are so stuck in the past, we don’t even see anymore the present in front of us. It shows how passively destructive such a behavior can be.

For those of you who had the chance to watch “Arthur”, you will recognize in “Spinning” actresss Bhama Roget (the mom) and Sarah-Eve Gazitt (the little girl).

“Spinning” was written by Ramona Guentzel and just entered the festival circuit by being an official selection of the 2011 Columbia Gorges Film Festival.
You can visit the film’s website here: http://www.spinningmovie.com

Spinning's Official Poster

This year has been quite fruitful and among other projects I have been working on, composing the official Anthem for the University of Washington 150th Anniversary TV campaign was certainly a fun gig but among everything, a honor.

3 different versions of the TV spot exist, the main Anthem (video below) as well as a version focusing primarily on UW Medicine and the last one focusing on the well known aviation company Boeing.
The spots have been airing for a few weeks now on local Washington State’s TV stations such as King 5.

Enjoy!