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David Wilsoni

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Biography

After completing an honours degree in Music Performance and Composition and gaining a scholarship in 2006 with legendary Composer Hummie Mann, David Wilsoni teamed up with student Annette Taylor to compose her short Animated title called "Transition of Life".

Shortly afterwards he joined the team at Chickenrock Entertainment based in Philadelphia to score two Doritos Contest commercials.

In 2007 David got together with Director Neil Hartop to score the short 20min fantasy horror film called "Fable". A story about a girl haunted by her past only to face it and discover a disturbing reality. The soundtrack has just been recently released.

He then went on to score a film called "Southbound" in 2008 by an American Director called Jeff Bellantine. A short 20min film about a man who, through a short series of unfortunate events finds him running from the law.

he met Director Karolina Berkell and scored her short film called "Restless Love" about a woman who has serious doubts about the relationship she is currently in. This is to be shown at some film festivals around the country.

Recently he scored the music for his first feature film - a psychological horror film by Kerry Mullaney and Kris Bird called "The Dead Outside" which was premiered at Film Four Frightfest in August 2008.

David is currently working on his next film "The Seduction of Eve" which is a 25min film that focuses on the issue of domestic violence and one girls attempt to deal with the events in her life.

Project Development

"The Seduction of Eve" - post production at end of October

Influences

inspired by James Horner, James Newton Howard, Trevor Rabin, David Arnold, Hans Zimmer, Jerry Goldsmith, Alan Silvestri and John Powell . I love M. Night Shyamalan, Roland Emmerich, Oliver Stone, Ron Howard, Jerry Bruckheimer productions, Michael Mann, Michael Bay, Frank Darabont and of course Spielberg

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