Producers / Composers

Pete Stewart
Pete Stewart A Grammy-winning music industry pro for 20+ years, Pete Stewart has developed a full career as a producer, songwriter and recording engineer. In 1994 he founded and fronted Seattle rock trio Grammatrain, who signed with EMI’s ForeFront Records. Pete went on to write and produce for a variety of artists across multiple genres, earning 3 Grammys and 2 Dove Awards for his work with Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, dcTalk, TobyMac and others. As a songwriter, Pete’s music has been recorded by artists from NBC’s The Voice, Newsboys, 7eventh Time Down and many more. Pete’s compositions and productions have also been featured in a variety of film, video and broadcasts for organizations including ABC, CBS, Microsoft, CMT, NPR, MTV, TMobile, NFL Network and Major League Soccer. Pete is currently based out of Nashville where he primarily works out of his own studio.
Roman Kovalik
Roman Kovalik Roman Kovalik is a classically trained and an award winning composer for film and television. He is best known for his modern writing style, dramatic sensibility, and sleek music production skills.

He has scored a dozen feature films including the award winning “Butterfly Caught”, “Please Come with Me” and “Beyond the Trek” which won “Best Original Score 2016” at the International Independent Film Awards. 

His music can be heard on a multitude of major TV networks such as ABC, NBC, Discovery Channel, PBS, E!, National Geographic Channel, Fox Sports, A&E, SyFy, as well as numerous international broadcasts . He has written music for successful TV shows such as “Running Wild with Bear Grylls”, “Wicked Tuna”, “Cults and Extreme Beliefs” and “Most Daring.” 

Roman began his career as a composer for local theater productions in his native Switzerland. Discovering his passion for music in the visual arts, he moved to Boston and earned his B.A. in Film Scoring and a Certificate of Excellence in Composition from the prestigious Berklee College of Music. Since 2006, he has lived in Los Angeles and continues to work on award winning movies and TV shows.
Daniel Johnson
Daniel Johnson Daniel Johnson is a recording artist, producer and AICP Award-winning commercial composer whose work has been featured in dozens of spots for brands including Nike, Best Buy, Samsung, Ikea, Calvin Klein, Victoria’s Secret, Trojan and more. Music from his side project Avila, has seen many featured uses in various television promos for networks such as Showtime, HBO, and Netflix. Known for his lush productions and beautiful soundscapes, Daniel is continually exploring new ways to push the creative envelope and bring fresh ideas to music in media.
Max Cameron
futureheroes Max Cameron is one of the most highly sought-after trailer and production music composers in the business; his successes in TV, Film, and Advertising has established his place as one of the elite composers in the industry at large. Max’s music has been heard in massive film trailer campaigns such as Marvel’s ‘Black Widow’, ‘Avengers: Endgame’, ‘X-Men: Dark Pheonix’, ‘Black Panther’, ‘Spiderman: Far From Home’, ‘The Hunger Games 2: Catching Fire’, and many more. In addition to film trailers, his successes in advertisement have been of equal merit including a Superbowl commercial for Bud Light, and national campaigns for Mercedes Benz, McDonalds, and Direct TV. Max’s truly unique, cutting-edge sound has placed him at the forefront of a movement that is causing the norm to evolve once more. If you’re watching TV or Film trailers, you’ve certainly heard his work.
Uno Helmersson
Uno Helmersson Uno Helmersson is an award-winning Swedish composer and a multi-instrumentalist whose credits include the worldwide hit TV series The Bridge, which is broadcast in more than 100 territories and for which he was awarded a Golden FIPA. In 2019 he was been busy with a major documentary series, On the Inside of a Military Dictatorship, for Danish company, Bullit Films, and On The President’s Orders, a compelling documentary taking an inside look at the ongoing, controversial drug war in the Philippines. Other major credits include the Emmy winning Armadillo documentary series following a group of Danish soldiers for 6 months in Afghanistan; Magnus, about the life of Norway’s Mozart of Chess directed by Benjamin Ree for Norway’s Moskus Film; Susanne Bier’s A Second Chance, additional score; Mikkei Norgaard’s The Absent One; and Zentropa’s Department Q film series.

A graduate of the Royal Academy of Music in Stockholm, Uno will released 5 albums in 2019, some of his soundtracks and a solo album he’s been honing for the last twelve months.
Jim Bacchi
Jim Bacchi started his recording career working at both Sandbox Studio and Swinghouse Studios in Hollywood, engineering many established, and up and coming artists in Hollywood such as mega-producer Jon Brion, Charlotte Caffey of the Go-Go’s, Sugar Ray, Rickie Lee Jones, Macy Gray, and Rage Against the Machine. The years that followed found Jim cutting his teeth in various rock and pop bands, the most notable being Fuzzbubble, a Beatlesque four-piece which he originally started in New York, as a recording project he worked on while in Recording school. Fuzzbubble ultimately landed a major label deal when rapper/producer Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs discovered them and signed them to Bad Boy/Arista Records. The bad experienced mild success from their work on the Godzilla soundtrack, which landed them a platinum record. In 2001 Jim began recording instrumental music, with the goal of getting into custom and commercial music. Since then, Jim has had numerous placements in network and cable TV, film, DVDs, trailers, and commercials for companies such as Wendys, Guinness, and BMW. Jim has carved out a successful career composing for the TV and film mediums, as well as writing, producing and recording for others.