Jesse Voccia – Composer
JESSE VOCCIA is a composer, multi-instrumentalist and music producer who has worked on more than 50 feature films from studio blockbusters to independent documentaries. His upcoming project Bosch (Titus Welliver, Lance Reddick) is a new episodic from Amazon Studios based on Michael Connelly’s bestselling detective book series. Other composing credits include the recent spoof comedy A Haunted House 2 (Marlon Wayans, Jaime Pressly), the Showtime hit series The Big C (Laura Linney, Oliver Platt), the action thrillers Ca$h(Sean Bean, Chris Hemsworth) and Game of Death (Wesley Snipes), the surf documentary Splinters and the supernatural thriller I Will Follow You Into the Dark (Mischa Barton, Ryan Eggold). As an additional composer, his credits include Sex and the City, The Proposal, The Last Song, Why Did I Get Married Too? and Akeelah and the Bee. Jesse’s instrumental repertoire includes both conventional and exotic stringed instruments, keyboards and analog synthesizers.
In addition to his film and television scores, Jesse’s music is used in high profile movie trailers, advertising campaigns and film/television licensing. His clients include Fox Searchlight, Sony Pictures, CBS, The Weinstein Company, Sony Xperia and PG&E Green Initiative. Other notable work includes collaboration with world music artist Jon Hassell on projects such as Ani DeFranco’s Red Letter Year album, writing and producing the song “Flower Gun” for Fox Searchlight’s Lola Versus soundtrack, and currently producing tracks featuring international singer Natacha Atlas. Jesse is also part of the Los Angeles-based mash-up production collective The Arbiters.