Ironically, I met Jeremy in 2012 when he was making a holiday video for Etsy featuring wreaths. I had a wreath in my shop and he was interested in using it in the video. I sent him some images of wreaths and happened to mention that I compose music if he needed any for the project. After hearing some samples, he asked me to create a few cues for the video, which I gladly obliged. He mentioned something about a long term project featuring an artist who took photos of Barbie dolls. I thought that sounded a bit odd, but I was impressed with Jeremy's work and figured it must be something pretty cool. A few months went by and I figured Jeremy had forgotten about me, then one day I received an e-mail from him opening with "I have a weird question for you!"
I was eager to preview the film and jump right in. When I first watched, I had to pause the film a couple of times to process what was going on. It wasn't because the film itself was hard to follow, on the contrary, it's elegantly rendered and captivating! Without giving too much away, I was awed in the end with what Jeremy had accomplished in this film. It is truly beautiful and it deserved a beautiful score.
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