Composer and music editor Shie Rozow (pronounced shy ro-zov) has taken a different path than most

leading him to work on over 150 feature films including major international blockbusters like The Flash, The Lost City, Guardians of the Galaxy, and Hustle & Flow.

Armed with over 25 years of industry experience and driven by his lifelong passion for music and storytelling, Shie has earned 17 Golden Reel Award Nominations, winning for his work on Chicago (as assistant music editor), IMAX: Deep Sea, and Wu Tang: An American Saga. He brings his inexhaustible talent and natural ear for music to every story, weaving a rich musical narrative that compliments the filmmaker’s vision and unlocks new layers of depth.

Equally skilled working in film, TV, and video games, Shie has contributed his talent on hundreds of hours of TV including Desperate Housewives, Arrow, and most recently The CW’s Stargirl, along with Amazon’s anthology series Welcome to the Blumhouse and Shudder’s Creepshow. In addition, he has also worked on music for Disney theme parks and Cirque du Soleil. Shie also composes concert music, which has been performed from coast to coast, releasing his first album Musical Fantasy in 2016.

You can hear his music on Netflix’s documentary Shawn Mendes: In Wonder as well as award-winning indie features like Jasmine, Camp Arrowhead, Captain Hagen’s Bed and Breakfast, and the feature documentary The Last of the Winthrops. His scores to Matt and Maya, Lost Time, One Day You’ll Go Blind, and Body Language: Bill Shannon have all won Telly Awards.

A graduate of Berklee College of Music, where he completed his 4-year degree in just 5 semesters, (“being broke is a great incentive,” he explained), Shie lives in Los Angeles with his wife, two children, and their many pets. He enjoys photography, astronomy and SCUBA diving in his free time.
To learn more about Shie and his work, visit his website at www.shierozow.com.