Timothy Andrew Edwards is one of the most diverse and accomplished composers working in entertainment today. With nearly 75 film and television credits to his name, his genre spanning oeuvre is a testament not only to the multiplicity of his skill, but the openness of his approach, and his reliability in all forms of media. The Berklee College of Music alumnus’ background and sensibilities in composition, and experience as a Music Supervisor make him a singular, expert resource for the music needs of any project. Timothy is a SESAC writer and publisher, a voting member of the Recording Academy, and a current member of the Society of Composers and Lyricists.
“I share the same view as the film maker or TV producer - the story and, ultimately, the audience experience comes first.”, Edwards asserts. “My approach is thorough, from the cymbal tick within a fraction of a frame to the perfectly placed cinematic bombast needed to take the project over the wall. I bring my sensibilities and expertise to every project. Producers can be confident they are getting exactly what they are looking for, with the knowledge it will be delivered with the same kind of heart and vision they themselves are putting into their project.”
Edwards has collaborated with Universal, Lionsgate, National Lampoon, Spyglass Entertainment, Relativity Media, Reverend Films, Dreamworks, Compass International Pictures and Magnolia Pictures. Most recently his music has appeared in such feature films as “Get Him to the Greek”, “You Can’t Kill The Bogeyman”; a Trancas Films International theatrical documentary about the iconic “Halloween” franchise, and “Columbus Circle” from director George Gallo. Additionally, he has scored over 100 trailers and promos for successful feature films and television shows. His dark score for the cult genre film “Necromentia” was described by Fangoria magazine as, "...genius...", “...brilliant, an almost unbearably oppressive meltdown of aural darkness....”.
Edwards is a ‘go to composer’ in the world of television with compositions on shows such as “Keeping Up With the Kardashians", “The Bachelor”, "Ellen" and "TMZ". His themes for “Extra”, “Leeza”, and BBC’s “My Genius Idea” have become enduring signatures for all three programs. His songwriting contributions to “The Vampire Diaries”, “Smallville”, and “CW Now” solidify his status as a master of all formats. Edwards’ music is not relegated solely to film and television. His compositions in national advertising campaigns such as Secret Deodorant and the United States Marine Corps are a testament to his diversity. His continued involvement with the sCare Foundation, a non-profit which combats teenage homelessness and poverty, a cause close to his heart, has yielded emotional scores for numerous promotional and public service announcements.
He is a key panelist at SESAC events and a frequent guest lecturer in classes for UCLA, CSUN and the Art Institute where he speaks on the art and business of film and television composition.
Edwards is currently scoring two feature films: “Stuck” starring Malcolm McDowell and D.B. Sweeney and “Blood Flower” starring Andrew Divoff. Plus, he has just been tapped to write the main title theme and to score a new, soon to be announced, Network TV show. It will consist of five hour-long episodes per week.