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My work on The Last Artifact has been nominated for an EMMY. A huge thank you to Directors Jaime Jacobsen and Ed Watkins and everyone on the film’s sound team for giving me the opportunity to work on this amazing production. It was a delightful film to score and I am very proud that our work has been recognised by the NorthWest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and not just in audio either, The Last Artifact has received an impressive seven EMMY nominations in different categories.

A huge thank you to the musicians that played on the soundtrack:
Beth Colpean – Harp
Sylvia Hallett – Accordian
Kevin Kozel – Ukulele and acoustic guitars
Mark Lavengood – Dobro, electric and lap steel guitars
Scott Pellegrom – Drums & percussion
Recorded at Third Coast Studios
Engineered by Carter Luckett
Mixed by Jake Jackson

The 58th Awards Ceremony takes place virtually on Saturday June 5th live from Fremont Studios in Seattle Washington, so good luck to everyone.

Congratulations also to the sound team for The Last Artifact: Jeremiah Slovarp, Like Scheeler & Parker Brown.

Read more about how I scored the music to The Last Artifact here.

Here’s a link to my soundtrack which I hope you enjoy.