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(2014)
Unspeakable Composer
(2019)
The Valley Below Composer
(2014)
Redlands Soundtrack
(2014)

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  Hilda (TV Series) (title card music - 13 episodes, 2020) (end credit music - 6 episodes, 2020) (composer - 6 episodes, 2018) (underscore - 5 episodes, 2018)
- Chapter 13: The Stone Forest (2020) ... (title card music)
- Chapter 12: The Replacement (2020) ... (end credit music) / (title card music)
- Chapter 9: The Deerfox (2020) ... (end credit music) / (title card music)
- Chapter 11: The Jorts Incident (2020) ... (end credit music) / (title card music)
- Chapter 10: The Yule Lads (2020) ... (end credit music) / (title card music)
 2015-2017 The Drive (TV Series) (music supervisor - 6 episodes)
- Panic (2017) ... (music supervisor)
- Grown Up Stuff (2017) ... (music supervisor)
- Learning Opportunity (2017) ... (music supervisor)
- Fight (2017) ... (music supervisor)
- Send Off (2017) ... (music supervisor)
 2014 Hector and the Search for Happiness (music editor)
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When it comes to causes, there are some that are quite political and they draw really drastic opinions. But when it comes to things like music therapy or promoting music in public schools, it's a kind of a no-brainer. I don't know anyone that goes, 'No, that's not good! I would hate it if my kid was happier because of music.' See more »

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