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Heather Mcintosh: Bio

Heather McIntosh started her musical career playing with the bands of The Elephant 6 Collective, Gnarls Barkley, and Lil Wayne. Following her touring days, she has been regularly composing music for film and television since 2011.

In addition to being a frequent collaborator on Duplass Brothers productions, Heather was one of four women eligible for the Academy Awards' Best Original Score in 2013 for Craig Zobel's Compliance, and again in 2015 with Craig's film, Z for Zachariah, both of which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.

Heather is an alumna of the Sundance Institute Music & Sound Design Labs at Skywalker Sound, a 2014 Sundance Institute Time Warner Foundation Fellow, and a member of the Academy class of 2016. Her credits include Faults and The Art of Self-Defense directed by Riley Stearns, the series One Dollar for CBS All Access, Astra Taylor's feature documentary What is Democracy?, and most recently co-composed the score to The L Word: Generation Q with Allyson Newman. The Quarry is Heather's second collaboration with director Scott Teems.

1 The Man - Ryan Bingham  
2 Theme from The Quarry  
3 Samaritan  
4 The Drive  
5 Who Knows?  
6 I'll Have to Tell Them  
7 A New Life  
8 Sign Your Name  
9 Purple Flowers  
10 Timothy  
11 Why Are You Here?  
12 Photograph  
13 Ten Thousand Charms  
14 Muchas Flores Moradas  
15 A Small Revelation  
16 Why Don't You Ask The Reverend?  
17 Life and Death in Texas  
18 Their Deeds Follow Them  
19 His Bandage  
20 Guilt's a Heavy Burden  
21 No Man of God  
22 State Your Name  
23 Downriver  
24 Forgive Me  
25 A New Start  
26 A Small Revelation (Reprise)  

Milan Records today releases THE QUARRY (ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK) with music by composer HEATHER MCINTOSH (Z for Zachariah, The Art of Self-Defense).  Available everywhere now, the album features music written by McIntosh for the newest thriller from Grindstone Entertainment Group, a Lionsgate company, which is available now on demand.  Also included on the album is an original song entitled "The Man" written and performed by GRAMMY, Academy Award and Golden Globe-winning singer-songwriter Ryan Bingham. 

Crossover Media Projects with: Heather Mcintosh