Adrian is known for his inventive, concept-driven, risk-taking approaches to creating his scores. For his recent work on the single-take, split screen feature Last Call, he took up the challenge to record the score in single take, in front of a live audience. The resulting work was called “stirring” and the film moved a full house to a 2 minute standing ovation during its sold out L.A. premiere. For Timebox, he restricted himself to producing music made only of “found objects”, including power saws, parts from a 1930’s radio, and a “bowed” piano. Whether using field recordings, a solo piano, or a 60 piece orchestra, Adrian is always hunting for a sound that is as compelling and unique as the stories he is helping tell.
In our chat, we’ll go over Adrian’s eclectic early musical influences and explorations, find out what it means to be a Filmmaker of Music, learn about mental illness & the realities of creativity, and of course, we’ll talk about his involvement in Last Call, the most recent film by Windsor native Gavin Michael Booth
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