Steve Wilder Blumenthal
Composer Steve Wilder Blumenthal (B.M. Music Technology, 2010) has worked on a great many projects for film, TV, video games and the web. Most recently, he wrote the award-winning score for Rob Husted's comedy Lost Treasure of the Valley, which has also won multiple awards for Best Comedy Film on the film festival circuit. He also works in the music department for an unannounced Apple TV+ show, which will be out in the near future; High Strung: Free Dance, directed by Michael Damian, starring Jane Seymour; and Novel Effect, a multi-award winning interactive voice-recognition app.
He has written the music for the award-winning stop-motion animation, Pirouette and for the web series Convenience Store Diet by TripTank director Andrew Racho. Steve has also made musical contributions on ad campaigns for Microsoft, Chevron, and T-Mobile. He also played trombone for an episode of critically acclaimed cartoon show Rick and Morty.
Originally from Philadelphia, and a graduate of Duquesne University's Bachelor of Music Technology: Composition, Steve is now based in Los Angeles.
Steve can be followed on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn. Additionally, his music can be heard on Spotify, Bandcamp, Apple Music, and all other music streaming services. His website is www.wilderbluemusic.com.
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