“Aaron brings to the table an incredible understanding of storytelling through music, while his professionalism and work ethic is unmatched. Can’t wait to work with him again!”‘
Aaron is a skillful composer and master orchestrator. He has a confident command of a broad palette of sounds and wielded them with great sensitivity to the rhythm and texture of our film.
Aaron’s participation and contribution to our film exceeded expectations in every respect…He is a very talented composer with a broad musical palate and the maturity and confidence in be a true collaborator in helping to make the film as good as possible.
“Aaron Symonds is a pleasure to work with. He’s a storyteller extraordinaire, using his musical talents to underline each character’s arc in exquisite auditory detail. His contribution to our film elevated the story tremendously.”
Haunting and beautiful, Aaron’s score captured the tension, scope and ambiguity of the film with nuance and power.
Wrapped up I Can, I Will, I Did, my second feature with the talented director Nadine Truong, produced by Brian Yang. The film will
Off The Rails is a psychological thriller directed by David Jackson (IMDb), and produced by Marguerite Henry for MarVista Entertainment / IMDb and is currently screening
Had a fantastic time scoring Jon Dabach’s feature film drama I’d Like To Be Alone Now which had an inspiring ensemble cast and unique cinematography from
Happy to announce that I’m continuing to work with the amazingly talented director Saul Blinkoff and executive producer Julia Pistor on the Barbie Dreamtopia animated
Currently scoring the animated feature film Barbie’s Dreamtopia. Directed by by the amazingly talented Saul Blinkoff.
This post originally appeared in the Hollywood Journal. http://hollywoodjournal.com/personal-journeys/talking-to-yourself-the-sane-way/20131205/ One of the hardest things to do as an artist, in my case a
This post originally appeared in the Hollywood Journal. http://hollywoodjournal.com/industry-impressions/the-sound-of-silence/20140128/ Why are we so afraid of silence? We surround ourselves with sound wherever we
This post originally appeared in the Hollywood Journal. Ninety Seconds to Safety Sirens are going off as rockets arc through the night sky
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Currently prepping to score the edgy high school comedy film, Senior Project. Directed by the extremely talented Nadine Truong, the film stars Margaret