Screenplay by Jahn Sood, Directed by Peter Logue SHOOTING JUNE 2017. “We Were An Island” imagines the life of Art & Nan Kellam, a couple who moved to an uninhabited island off the coast of Maine in 1949. Whether in response to the horrors they witnessed in international news during World War II or from…
Assisted Composer Pat Irwin on Season 1’s score. Music Supervised by Michael Hill. Exec Produced by Clyde Phillips. Two friends attempt to start a gentrifying restaurant in the Bronx while David Schwimmer wines and whines and the more vital guy seduces his girlfriends, past and present, behind his back.
Assisted Composer Pat Irwin (Seasons 5-7). Music Supervised by Michael Hill, Exec. produced by Clyde Phillips. Edie Falco plays a sarcastic lifetime New Yorker who must juggle, dating, parenting and recreational drug use while nursing at a major urban hospital. Listen really closely for the tender acoustic guitar playing of Jahn Sood in certain scenes…
Assisted Composer Pat Irwin (Season 3). Music Supervised by Michael Hill. Jonathan Schwartzman, Zach Galifinakis and Ted Danson wear goofy outfits and get high while solving half-baked mysteries in Brooklyn.
Transcribed/arranged the songs in the pilot episode written by Esme Patterson, Music Supervised by Michael Hill. Naomi Watts plays a privileged commuter shrink who seems mildly interested in her patients’ friends and lovers who lead her back to the city AT NIGHT.
Recorded voice over for the filmmakers during their years-long writing and editing process. Letters were later performed by actors as if interviews, making the documentary feel as if it had been shot at the time they were written. The film went on to success in the BFI London Film Festival and other festivals around the…
Assisted Composer Pat Irwin on the score of this documentary by Alexandra Pelosi. HBO Docs. A politician finds happiness after coming out of the closet and leaving politics for good.
Assisted Composer Pat Irwin on a few episodes of this animated series on PBS. A young woman learns about math while exploring a fanciful dreamscape earth with a talking cat who is quite good at counting.
Assisted Composer Pat Irwin on the Score of this arty short by Sophie Barthes for French TV channel Arte. 2012. A series of imagistic shorts inspired by the life and work of painter Edward Hopper.
Original Score by Jahn Sood. I did the music for this documentary about Brooklyn’s first comedy club, which premiered at the LA Comedy Festival. Watch the whole thing here.