Jennifer Kes Remington is a composer for Film, TV and video games as well as a filmmaker, located in Los Angeles. She has been a classical pianist since the age of 7, and attended the prestigious Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY. Jennifer worked for a short stint as a radio deejay before attending the University of Michigan’s Music School in Ann Arbor. She is a two time Annie Award winner for her work on the animated TV series “The Fosters Home for Imaginary Friends”, and won the “Best Documentary” award for her movie she directed entitled “Hollywood, 90038” at the LA Femme Film Festival in 2007 and at the Honolulu Film Awards in 2011. Her numerous and diverse projects include music written for the TV series “The Powerpuff Girls”, the film “Scary Movie 4” and most recently, the video games “Raving Rabbids: Travel In Time”, “Raving Rabbids: Alive and Kicking”, and “Rabbids Land”.
The short film “If We Took a Holiday”, scored by Jennifer Kes Remington, was named Best Overall Film at the Indianapolis LGBT Film Festival! The short was also included in the “Best of Fest” at LA’s Outfest and received several other accolades since its World Premiere in July.
Jennifer Kes Remington was recently interviewed for The University of Michigan’s Michigan Daily newspaper about the music she has composed for video games. Check out the article here!
The trailer for the “Rabbids Big Bang” iPhone/Android game was released today (some of the music from the game is featured in the trailer). The game itself will be coming out in October!
A song called “Je L’ai Tuée” by Jennifer Kes Remington was featured in the ABC show “Mistresses”! Scroll ahead to 33:25 to see the scene.
Jennifer Kes Remington is now a blog writer on Pyragraph.com, an awesome site with informative and funny articles for artists, writers, filmmakers, and musicians! You can read Jen’s posts every week by going to her bio page.
On Thursday, March 14th, Jen Remington and Nate Cartier will be back at the University of Michigan to speak to students in the School of Music’s department of Performing Arts Technology! The lecture will be hosted by P.A.T. professor Andy Kirshner and P.A.T. Chair Jason Corey.