Lee Brooks

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Lee Brooks
Birth name Lee Raymond Brooks
Born (1983-02-26) February 26, 1983 (age 34)
Origin Acton, Massachusetts, U.S.
Genres Film scores
Occupation(s) Composer, sound designer, music producer
Instruments Woodwind, keyboard, guitar
Labels LeeBrooksMedia & PCM Publishing[1]
Website www.leebrooksmedia.com

Lee Raymond Brooks (born February 26, 1983 in Acton, Massachusetts, U.S.) is a composer and sound designer for film.

Biography[edit]

Lee Brooks is a composer for stage, film and television. He has scored original music and created sound design for a variety of films, working with talent such as Isabella Rossellini, Kronos Quartet,[2] Ethel and the Czech Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra. His work was recognized by the Student Academy Awards (This is not a Picture),[3] and by the Mid-Atlantic Film Festival for Best Dramatic Score (Empty).[4]

Since 2009, he has composed music for the Oslo Freedom Forum, a conference about human rights with an "ongoing campaign to defend and promote human freedom around the world."[5] In 2009, he scored the theme to open the conference and introduce speakers. For 2010, in addition to a new version of the theme, he was commissioned to write his second and third string quartets, recorded by Ethel and presented during the conference.[6]

He has worked as a Music Producer at Grey Advertising in New York since 2007.[7]

Credits[edit]

Filmography[edit]

The following list consists of select films for which Brooks provided the sound design, score and/or songs. Those films for which he provided sound design are in bold.[8]

2000s

  • Outside the Box (2002)
  • The Rub (2002)
  • Janey's Curse (2003)
  • One Moment, One Day (2003)
  • Sidestreet (2003) - Theme Song "Down She Goes"
  • Something and Denodra (2003) - Arrangement of song "Man Out There"
  • My Big, Fat Martian Wedding (2004)
  • NYU Tonight News Theme (2004)
  • This is not a Picture (2004)
  • AfterWords (2005)
  • The Bet (2005)
  • Brake (2005)
  • Bummed (2005)
  • A Burlap Christmas (2006)
  • Empty (2005)
  • Oswald Cornelius' Last One-Night Stand (2005)
  • The Time Machine (2006)
  • The Wrath of Norm Polanski (2006)
  • Always the Nice Ones (2007)
  • Film School (2007)
  • The Morning After (2007)
  • 2081 (2008)
  • Dead Fish (2008)
  • Flat Love (2008)
  • Holy Sapien (2008)

Music videos[edit]

2000s

  • "Check, Please" by Lee Brooks (2003) – actor

Stage[edit]

2000s

  • A Concert of Original Works (2005)
  • A Chance to Breathe (2004) Performed by NASHA (Indian Fusion Dance Troupe)
  • SEX: a.k.a. Wieners & Boobs (2004) NYC Stage Production of play by Joe Lo Truglio, Michael Showalter, and David Wain
  • Lee Brooks: Presenting His Works for Stage and Screen (2005)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ASCAP ACE - Search" - Search PCM Publishing Archived 2010-01-07 at WebCite ASCAP.com retrieved 2008-09-05
  2. ^ 2081 - About the Film Finallyequal.com retrieved 2008-08-19
  3. ^ "Alternative" Category - Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Oscars.org retrieved 2008-09-05
  4. ^ "Lee Brooks (V)" - Filmography IMDB.com retrieved 2008-09-05
  5. ^ Oslo Freedom Forum, Partners
  6. ^ "Lee Brooks Media - Original Music and Sound" - Blog LeeBrooksMedia.com retrieved 2010-05-06
  7. ^ "Lee Brooks - LinkedIn" LinkedIn.com retrieved 2008-09-05
  8. ^ "Lee Brooks Media - Original Music and Sound" - Credits LeeBrooksMedia.com retrieved 2008-09-05

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