MASTER
 
 

Editing, Sound and Composing on Schedule

By 168 Film Festival (other events)

Monday, April 25 2016 7:00 PM 9:30 PM
 
ABOUT ABOUT


Bryan-E. Miller is an award-winning and visionary film composer based in Los Angeles. Dedicated to enhancing the emotional impact Of visual media through captivating composition, his artistic passion drives him to create music for the world's biggest media companies, including Walt Disney,
20th Century Fox, Lionsgate, NBC Universal, CBS, ABC, and the Style Network.
With extensive experience and musical versatility, Bryan contributes to a wide range Of projects. For feature film, Te Ata (Q'orianka Kilcher Of The
New World and Gil Birmingham Of the Twilight series), Bryan's original score presents members Of the OK Philharmonic and sounds Of Native
American flute, percussion, choir, and a Jazz band, reviving the 192(Ys while accompanying the true tale Of Te Ata; accomplished entertainer and teller of Native American stories. Bryan's score in feature film America: Imagine the World without Her (written by New York Times best-selling author-turned-filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza, produced by Academy Award-winner Gerald Molen Of Schindler's List and Jurassic Park) landed him an exciting deal with Milan Records in 2014. Heavily involved in the commercial and TV world for over I years, Bryan's own production and music licensing company, Sensory Overload Music, has worked on music for American Idol, Dancing with the Stars, Boston Legal, The Big Bang Theory, Next Top Model, The Shield, General Hospital, Southland and Access Hollywood.
Bryan commits to making a recognizable difference through his artistry.
His unique approach involves combining musical textures to perfectly highlight each new Story. Composing music for charities and humanitarian organizations, including St. Jude Children's Hospital, World Vision, Best
Friends Animal Rescue and The Museum Of Tolerance, Bryan creates inimitable music for every collaboration he is involved with. He strives to bring global awareness to "what really matters" while creating powerful and compelling film scores