Tim Davies leads a very busy musical life. Born and educated in Australia, now based in Los Angeles, the Grammy-nominated and Annie-winning musician splits his time between orchestrating for features, television, and video games; composing his own scores; and conducting and arranging for orchestras all around the globe.

His film and TV credits as lead orchestrator and/or conductor include Frozen and Frozen 2, both Ant-Man movies, The Lego Movie 2, La La Land, Trolls, The Peanuts Movie, The Croods: A New Age, Free Guy, The Bob’s Burgers Movie, Empire, and WandaVision. He is the most prolific orchestrator and conductor in the world of video games, having worked on multiple titles from the God of WarInfamous, Sims, Ratchet and Clank, Resistance and Batman franchises, Marvel’s Spider-man, and Halo: InfiniteA full list of credits can be found on IMDB. He is currently lead orchestrator for Christophe Beck, Mark Mothersbaugh, and Fil Eisler. When not on the scoring stage, Davies can be found on the podium conducting orchestras in concert halls and other live venues specializing in film scores live to picture.

Davies has been asked to score several high-profile projects. He has special relationships with Mexican directors Jorge Gutierrez and Guillermo del Toro. He recently scored Gutierrez’s Maya and the Three, winning the Annie Award for best score, and previously collaborated with two-time Oscar winner Gustavo Santaolalla to score The Book of Life. He also received an Annie nomination for his work scoring Trollhunters: Tales of Arcadia, executive produced by del Toro, and contributed additional music for Crimson Peak. In 2019 del Toro asked him to produce and conduct a concert of scores from his movies with the Jalisco Philharmonic in his home town of Guadalajara, Mexico. His next project is del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities.

Davies is an active pop and jazz arranger as well. Highlights include arranging and playing drums for the twentieth anniversary concert of NAS’ Illmatic and being lead arranger for Kendrick Lamar’s performance of To Pimp a Butterfly, both featuring the National Symphony at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. Other collaborations with the NSO have included shows with Ledisi, Common, Maxwell, and Kenny ‘Babyface’ Edmonds. He enjoys a close relationship with the Metropole Orchestra in the Netherlands and has recently written for concerts featuring Donny McCaslin, Cory Henry, Ibeyi, and Moses Sumney. He has contributed arrangements for several recent BBC Proms concerts and for the last two Academy Awards Ceremonies. He has written string arrangements for Amy Winehouse, Miguel, Cee Lo Green, and Akon. When not working for others he can be found playing drums and writing for his own group, the 18-piece Tim Davies Big Band, for which he has received two Grammy nominations for Best Instrumental Composition, in 2010 and 2016.

In 2013 he launched his orchestration blog,, which has since become an important resource for composers and orchestrators. He is represented at  ICM Partners by Brice Gaeta (Composing) and Emily Yoon (Conducting).


Josh Lucan is a Los Angeles based composer for film and t.v. He has written music for Funny or Die, TMZ, Teen Titans Go!, The Ellen Degeneres Show, Cartoon Network’s Unikitty, Bravo’s Stripped, Fox’s Hustle, BET’s It’s a Mann’s World and South of Wilshire, Nickelodeon’s Jagger Eaton’s Mega Life, Real and EXTRA. He has also composed numerous advertising spots for the muti-Clio Award winning Fall On Your Sword and Headquarters Music. In 2019 Josh began composing music for film trailer music house redCola and the trailer music project Short Story Collective. He is currently composing for an upcoming Netflix docu-series as well as a Hulu feature film.


Billy Sullivan is known for his versatility. A Composer, Conductor, and Author, Billy is known as a consummate professional when it comes to the projects he’s working on. He has scored hundreds of projects from film & television to audio books, records, commercials, and testimonials.
Some of his award-winning works are: The Nature of Existence (2019), ‘The Truth About Marriage (2020) Brothers in Arms (2019) Ran Mi Lowo (2022) ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm Veep’ (HBO) and Running Wild from Ted Nugent (2011). Billy boasts a 20+ year friendship and working relationship with academy award nominated composer David Newman. Billy is passionate about nurturing the next generation of musicians. He created and currently teaches UCLA’s dynamic film course ‘Score like the Masters’ and has created the sound libraries 'Black Cat Boogie Piano’ ‘British Rock Guitars’ and ‘Ethnic Percussion Loops.’
Mr. Sullivan serves on the Board of Directors of The American Youth Symphony and The Judaic Sacred Music Foundation. He is an affiliate writer for Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI) And support the Society of Composers and Lyricists.
Billy is about to embark on a first production of ‘Mission To Midnight’ shedding light on important truths about how music has shaped our world and it’s socio-economic and cultural ramifications of homelessness in L.A. (2023)


Mike Meehan is an award-winning media composer based in Los Angeles. Coming up through the ranks of Hans Zimmer’s Remote Control Studios, he composed additional score for projects like CBS’ “Cold Case, Showtime’s “The Tudors”, and Dreamworks Animation’s “Megamind.”

Mike’s music is featured in Tokyo Disney and Shanghai Disney theme parks as well as a number of projects for Dreamworks Animation, including “Shrek’s Adventure to Santa”, directed by “Beauty and the Beast” director Gary Trousdale and “The Prince of Egypt” director Steve Hickman. Mike has worked with Drake and Lil’ Wayne, scoring animated cut-scenes that were featured on jumbotrons during performances in their 2014 international tour.

He’s also scored campaigns for Nintendo, Fortnite, Capcom and Bethesda as well as the game “Midway Arcade Origins” released on PS3 and Xbox 360. Additionally, he has scored a number of indie features like “Retake”, starring Tuc Watkins (Boys in the Band, Desperate Housewives, One Life to Live) and Devon Graye (American Horror Story, Dexter), a variety of TV movies for Hallmark and Lifetime, and commercials for Nike, McDonald’s, Burger King, Petsmart, 23 and Me and more.