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— About

Adam Weiss is a composer and producer based in Brooklyn, New York.

A Berklee College of Music graduate, Adam has written soundtracks for a diverse range of award-winning projects including narrative film, commercials, documentaries, video games, and complete orchestral scores for multiple stage productions. From full-orchestral to intimate, piano and synth-based productions, Adam's sound is signature in its seamless fusion of contrasting organic and electronic elements. 


​Adam's music has been featured in films and advertisements for brands such as IBM, Apple, Oreo, Mountain Dew (for Super Bowl LIV), Budweiser (for Super Bowl LV), Macy's, E-Trade, Google, and Samsung. Adam was nominated (with Found Objects) by the Guild of Music Supervisors Awards for his work on Google Pixel's Night Sight campaign, featuring the music of Queen. 


His most recent work includes an original score in collaboration with Jay Wadley (I'm Thinking of Ending Things, Driveways) and Trevor Gureckis (The Goldfinch, Servant, Dead Space) for The Water Walker (from director James Burns), which premiered at TIFF (2020) and was nominated for Best Score by the HMMA's. Adam also composed additional music for Netflix's Tales of the City (Elliot Page, Laura Linney) and was the technical score engineer for Warner Brother's feature, The Goldfinch (Ansel Elgort, Nicole Kidman).


Adam's music can also be heard in Mountain Dew's Superbowl "The Shining" Campaign, featuring Bryan Cranston and Tracee Ellis Ross. More recent work includes an arrangement of the classic "Lean On Me" by Bill Withers - for Budweiser's Super Bowl LV campaign, which won an Andy Award and Bronze Clio. Adam’s work on Sandor was nominated by The One Show Awards for Original Music - Score. Adam's music is also featured on Zen Pace's CBS Pride campaign (2023) which was recently nominated for a Sports Emmy. His most recent work includes original music for the critically-acclaimed podcast, This American Life. Some recent film work includes the score for director Chheangkea's APA Visionaries award-winning short "Skin Can Breathe" (HBO Max).

Adam is an in-house composer at the renowned music production house, Found Objects Music Productions.

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