A Soundtrack for Houston, Texas

Categories: Art of Sound


A project ordered up by Holly Clapham-Rosenow and the Greater Houston Convention and Visitor's Bureau has resulted in a grab-you-by-the-throat, beautiful and original short film by Zenfilm.

Set to a score by Jeff Walton, performed by Houston Symphony and conducted by Brett Mitchell, the film starts with some of our famous people and branches out to show us moving about the Bayou City.

A Soundtrack For the City from Zenfilm on Vimeo.

Here's a list of the people who put it together

Director: W. Ross Wells
Producer: Brittany Holland
Cinematographer: Scott Marett
Production Coordinator: Mike Haimoto
Composer: Jeff Walton
Performed by: Houston Symphony
Conducted by: Brett Mitchell
Recorded by: Brad Sayles and Andy Bradley
Recorded at: Jones Hall and SugarHill Recording Studios
Mixed by: Andy Bradley
Drums: Tyson Sheth, Leesa Harrington-Squyres and Marvin Sparks, Jr.
Guitar: Aaron Echegaray
Orchestrations: Paul English

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They show it in the cabs from the airport. Not that it's a bad little film, but I kinda feel bad for the cab drivers - one's 12-hour day consists of an endless series of 4-minute loops.


Great job!! A definite home run for everyone envoled! Love the cinematograghy and editing!

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