Patrick de Caumette is a critically acclaimed composer and instrumentalist.
A native of France, he studied music at the Berklee College of Music in Boston,
(Berklee Faculty Award-1983)
His production company, Deca Studios (www.decamusic.com ) provides original scores and sound design internationally, serving the entertainment and advertising industries as well as cultural entities and independents.
With an expansive palate for all musical genres, Patrick has developed a signature creative approach wherein tradition, world cultures and technology play equal parts in shaping an evocative, emotional soundscape.
His notable scores include “Le Piaf”, a cartoon series of two hundred episodes directed by Paul & Gaetan Brizzi (Walt Disney, Dreamworks) and distributed globally.
The full-length motion picture “The Shore”, starring Ben Gazzara and Leslie Ann Warren that was officially selected at the renowned Toronto International Film Festival in 2005
Patrick de Caumette’s most recent commissions:
“Yellow Fever: 1793”, a period documentary that aired on channel 6ABC in April 2012
Century 21’s 2012 Superball TV Campaign (advertising)
“Self Defence” and “Your Shape: Fitness Evolved 2012”
, two trailers for UbiSoft, leading video game publisher
“Philadelphia: The Great Experiment”, a period documentary on the history of Philadelphia in the XIXth century, produced by Sam and Phil Katz and showcased on 6ABC
“Top Secret Rosies” (American Public Television), the story of a group of women mathematicians from Philadelphia that secretly worked for the army during the Second World War
“The 50 Million Pounds Challenge”: State Farm’s full length documentary on Dr. Ian Smith’s weight loss initiative targeting the African American community
“Scape Nation”, an internet-based video game
"Derailed" a film by Scott Calvert (Eastman Kodak Gold Award)
“The Paradigm Shift” by director Jon Barr,
“The Reality of Insanity” by director Matthew Shepperd
“Backyard Shadows” an animated film directed by UArts faculty Karl Staven
“Studies in Transfalumination” an experimental film directed by and renowned film maker and UArts’ faculty member Peter Rose
“Scumbling” a film directed by Lynn Denton
“Folk Songs” a documentary film by LeAnn Erickson