ScreenSound Alliance was founded by veteran composer Robert Miller to bring talented composers from the US and abroad together with a passion for creating original music that brings stories to life on-screen. The company provides a consistently high standard of work and acts as a true partner and advisor throughout the creative process of original scoring, making it as human, spirited and connected as possible. ScreenSound Alliance is dedicated to recording live ensembles whenever possible and to championing the belief that fewer “focused” selections for a particular piece of film are preferable to a disparate, over-abundant array of music choices.
Robert Miller is a prolific composer of music for film, television and the concert hall, with a career spanning some 23 years. His distinctive style has made its mark on well over 2,000 commercials, a growing body of some 40 film scores, as well as numerous works for the stage. Over the years, his work has garnered him seven CLIO awards, two AICP awards, two Emmy “group” nominations for Coca-Cola’s “It’s Mine” and Mercedes’ “Modern Ark,” as well as collective Emmys for Coca-Cola’s “Heist” and the ESPN 30 for 30 film “Survive and Advance.” Robert’s arrangement of “America the Beautiful” for Coca-Cola’s 2014 Super Bowl commercial won him his second career AICP award. His scores appeared in six Super Bowl commercials in 2011 alone, including spots for Kia, Mercedes, AT&T, UPMC and two for Coca-Cola. For a more comprehensive commercial reel and Robert's film work please visit www.rmimusic.com
Composer / Mixer
Marc McClusky is a multi-platinum award winning producer, mixer and composer. Marc has had multiple top 5 billboard albums, a #1 album on iTunes, and been told that his peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are “pretty good if you are hungry enough”.
Marc is "go to” in demand mixer for top rock and pop artists like Weezer, Bad Religion, Everclear, Motion City Soundtrack and many others . He is rapidly making a name for himself composing in the advertising and film industries. His work covers almost every genre from pop to rock and screamo to hip-hop.
SUPREME MUSIC is not a music agency. We are a unit of highly-skilled composers, bonded by making awesome, thoughtful music for commercials.
That’s probably why we’ve won so many awards over the last years.
Founded in 2008 by Maximilian Olowinsky, Felix Müller and Florian Lakenmacher, SUPREME MUSIC takes charge of delivering all aspects of the sonic process to a client; from composition and recording, to mixing, sound design, and live orchestral arrangements.
Henryboy is an award-winning sound design collective established in 2008 by Bill Chesley and Kate Gibson. We believe that the importance of sound design, regardless of application, is often underrated. We're here to change that perception.
Good sound design will make your film look better every time. Our goal is to expose people to the true potential of their projects by maximizing the impact of what is 50% of the experience.
Talking about sound design is like dancing about fish. So collaboration and great communication of ideas is essential. our storefront studios, at 164 water street in dumbo, brooklyn, offer a relaxed, inspiring environment. We encourage our clients to come over for working sessions, and afterwards, hit the jay street bar for some beverages and vinegar hill house for some tasty grub. To learn more about Bill and Kate visit their site www.henryboy.com
Nick Green graduated from the Brighton Institute of Modern Music in 2012 with BA (hons) in professional music. He specializes in guitar and has played in various bands whose style has ranged from Rock, Metal, Indie and Hip Hop. Since starting work at Screensound Alliance, he has worked on a variety of films and commercials, assisting in production, engineering and music editing.
Elena graduated from St. Lawrence University in 2017 with a BA in Environmental Studies and Film Studies. She currently works in film and music production, specializing in video editing.
Growing up surrounded by musicians and audiophiles, she soon began playing clarinet and guitar. Her early career brought her to the stage of Carnegie Hall, but she has since found her passion with music producing rather than performing.