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Work

Music Workshop for Non-Musicians


On April 25th, I’ll be teaching/hosting an intimate online workshop and discussion entitled Music Literacy for Content Creators.

Drawing on Music


I’m looking forward to [virtually] heading into Maya Erdelyi‘s class at Tufts University’s School of the Museum of Fine Arts this Thursday morning to chat to her animation students about music, working with a composer, and how to think about adding music to their projects!

Deep Tech


My company, Titlecard Music, had an awesome time putting together the theme music for “Deep Tech,” the new podcast from MIT’s Technology Review.

Amped for AMP!

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Boston University’s College of Communication is hosting its annual Academy of Media Production (AMP) this month.

Leading a Workshop


On May 18th, 2019, at the PRX Podcast Garage in Allston, MA, I’ll be teaching a four-hour-long workshop entitled “Music Literacy for Content Creators.”

The Longest Year


Last year, I scored a short, autobiographical documentary by the filmmaker Jessie Beers-Altman called “The Longest Year,” which is currently streaming on line through October 15th as part of the New England Online Film Festival.

Making Music With Machines


Starting at the beginning of this year, my company, Titlecard Music and Sound, began contributing music to Soonish, a podcast about how the technology we do or don’t create might shape the future.

Boston Asian American Film Festival Screening


arah Zia Ebrahimi and Lindsey Martin’s animated short, “The FBI Blew Up My Ice Saktes,” which I scored and sound designed, will be playing at the Bright Family Screening Room at Paramount Center in Boston at 3:15pm today as part of The Boston Asian American Film Festival.

#CIFF41


The FBI Blew Up My Ice Skates, a short, animated film I worked on last year (scoring and sound design), co-directed by Sara Zia Ebrahimi and Lindsey Martin, is screening as part of the “Ohio Shorts Program 2” at the Cleveland International Film Festival this week.