These are some examples of music tracks I've created for client projects. This is a small fraction of my library of work - if you're curious about a genre you don't hear here, feel free to reach out!
Sesame Street - Grover's Playground Workout
To accompany an interactive on Sesame Street’s parent-facing site, I created a track that was uptempo, encouraging and a little bit funky - plus, easy to loop under the bite-sized exercise activity prompts.
Jason Segel - Nightmares!
For a web game promoting Jason Segel’s book “Nightmares!”, I received a request for a Danny Elfman vibe. So, I couldn’t help but work in some kettle drums and an octave-leaping tuba.
National Geographic - Top Crop
This National Geographic web game was designed to show modern farming’s balance between maximum crop yield and sustainability. To help put the player in the right mindset, I created a piece that incorporates a relaxing tempo (to simulate working with nature) while simultaneously using precise instrumentation to encourage a focused attitude.
Dollar General - Renegade Buggies
In Dollar General’s “Renegade Buggies” mobile game, I combined uptempo driving rock with a dash of rockabilly flavor to add some zip to the game’s mini Kneivel character. Then, for the results screen, I rearranged some of the main theme’s hooks into a loungey Muzak checkout-counter groove.
D2D Fund - Con 'Em If You Can
In the D2D Fund’s fraud-fighting web and mobile game, players learn to identify common fraud tactics by using them against a library of gullible investors. This track is one of a handful I made for the game, maintaining a jazzy, caper-minded mood throughout.
Florida Virtual School - Concert Chaos
These tracks were done for Florida Virtual School’s “Concert Chaos” supplemental game, which used a different musical style (and concert venue) for each level. For the music festival level, I went for a fuzzed-out mix of The Go! Team’s cheer-squad-esque vocals with some shimmery synth solos that nod at The Cure. On the beach party level, I took the opportunity to brush up on Dick Dale and surf rock, then threw in some B-52s “Rock Lobster”-style organ.