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FRIENDS WHO KILL
on Lifetime Movie Network
Premieres on January 23rd @ 8pm

Repeating on ..
Jan. 24th @ 12am
Jan. 25th @ 8pm
Jan. 26th @ 12am

I had the pleasure of writing the score to another Lifetime thriller, FRIENDS WHO KILL which is part of Lifetime’s Deadly Resolutions programming event.

Hope (Natalie Brown) has always been close to her daughter Lacy (Sarah Fisher), but ever since her divorce, she’s noticed a change in Lacy’s behavior and is afraid she’s pulling away. When Lacy brings home a new friend, Cassie (Alexa Rose Steele), it seems Lacy might be back on track. Lacy and Cassie quickly become close friends, driving a wedge between Lacy and her other friend, Harper (Reha Sandill). When Harper unearths Cassie’s dark past, she tries to warn Hope, who writes it off as teen girl jealousy. But soon Lacy realizes Harper was right and Cassie is a lot more dangerous than she appears.

Secret Film Score

Secret Film Score

The secret is out! I’ve been working on a family action/adventure film that will be released by Lionsgate. The film stars Jon Lovitz and Dean Cain.

Toby appears to be an ordinary dog living the simple life, but unbeknownst to his family, he has the ability to talk, and moonlights as a secret government operative, AGENT TOBY BARKS 

Heartland Film Festival

Heartland Film Festival

A NEW CHRISTMAS will have it’s premiere at the Heartland International Film Festival on October 13th. The film was also picked up by Cinedigm, which plans to release it in North American cinemas, on digital and on demand in December.

New Documentary!

New Documentary!

I just finished the score for a very interesting, and important documentary.

THEY SAY IT CAN’T BE DONE is a documentary that explores how innovation can solve some of the world’s largest problems. We track four companies on the brink of disruptive innovation with technologies that can:

  • Heal the seas
  • Solve hunger
  • Eliminate organ wait lists
  • Reduce atmospheric carbon

Innovation never comes without risk and often brings consequences that can impact our health, safety and environment. That is why our regulatory system is designed to protect and serve the public interest. Yet as the speed of modern technological development accelerates, even well-intentioned regulations can inadvertently discourage beneficial progress. Each company in the film has the potential to revolutionize our lives, but all face a common roadblock: an outdated regulatory system that impedes their pathways to success. Can our society re-imagine our regulatory approach to break down outdated barriers and usher in a new age of human progress? We say, it can be done.