Film composer Ryan Shore enlisted Al Gomes and
A. Michelle of Big Noise to oversee part of the publicity
and promotion for Shore's Grammy-nominated CD for Best Score
Soundtrack for Visual Media for the film 'The Shrine.'
Al Gomes and A. Michelle
first met Ryan in 2004 at a film festival in RI, where
they awarded him one of his first industry accolades for
Best Score for the animated short film, 'Rex Steele.'
Buy 'The Shrine' soundtrack now at iTunes
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Ryan Shore is a Grammy
Award-nominated composer for film, television, and games.
He is a graduate of the Berklee College of Music and is
the nephew of Academy Award-winning composer Howard Shore.
Ryan's recent work includes
the score for 'The Shrine,' 'Prime' starring Meryl Streep
and Uma Thurman, 'The Girl Next Door,' 'Scout's Honor' starring
Bill Murray and Alec Baldwin, 'Harvard Man' starring Adrian
Grenier and Sarah Michelle Gellar, 'Lower Learning' starring
Rob Corddry and Jason Biggs, 'Numb' starring Matthew Perry
and Mary Steenburgen, 'Stan Helsing' from the executive
producer of 'Scary Movie,' 'Vulgar' produced by Kevin Smith,
'Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever,' and 'Offspring' for Sam Raimi's
He has created many of the full orchestral original arrangements and orchestrations for Jackie Evancho's holiday album 'Heavenly Christmas' for Columbia Records, released in 2011.
Ryan has also received the Elmer
Bernstein Scoring Award (personally adjudicated and presented
by Academy Award-winning composer Elmer Bernstein), and
the prestigious Clive Davis Award, among numerous other
industry awards and honors.
In addition to his film work, Ryan plays saxophone
and has performed with numerous artists including Matchbox
Twenty (US tour and performance on The Late Show with David
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