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Northeastern Ohio native, and multi-faceted artist, Steve Wishnewski started his creative journey at a young age. “I grew up around music from both of my parents, and I was interested and curious about different forms of art as far back as I can remember. Creating things in any way has always been my co-pilot.” 

His love and passion for creativity has been his motivation ever since. “As a kid, I would always make gifts and drawings for my mom. In high school, I would design my own t-shirts of bands I liked, so I would have a shirt no one else had”, he recalls. “Then I started getting into playing music. You know, garage bands with your school friends. Mostly covers, of course”, he laughs. “Music, drawing, painting, sculptures, even skateboarding, just whatever I could get my hands on to express my creativity”.

In the early 2000’s that passion finically started to take off. “I played bass guitar in a band called Rounding 3rd. Well, we had several names, but that was the one that stuck I guess. We released a few EPs and a few albums, toured regionally throughout the Midwest, played the Vans Warped Tour one year. We were really gaining momentum”. 

But all good things must come to an end. “We we’re doing well on our own. We had a handful of national producers who were interested in working with us on our next album. Long story short, our singer decided to move to L.A. to pursue things on his own, and that was that” he says. “It was hard at the time, because I had really put everything I had into that band”. 

That didn’t stop Steve from pursuing his creative passions though. “I played in a few local bands for a couple years. Nothing too serious. But I really started dedicating more time to my artwork again as well”. 

In 2013 Steve held his first solo art exhibit. “It was fun and stressful at the same time”, he recalls. “I was nervous to share that side of me with the public. Everyone’s their own worst critic. But I had a really good support system around me. In the end, I showed 50 pieces at the exhibit. I sold 35 of them the first night, and 6 more in the following weeks. I was very humbled by the whole experience”. 

Humbleness aside, that’s an incredible first showing. And now? “I got into composing and film scoring. It’s something I was already doing, writing instrumental music, mostly for myself. So I wanted to push myself to see if I could translate visual emotion into audible music. I’ve scored some feature-length indie films, a web-series, and many short films. I am still painting and sculpting, and I play bass in a band called Rebreather. But composing for film is the direction I am most focused on. It’s what I want to do full time”.  

Onwards, upwards and always pushing his creativity to the next level, Steve will surely have a long future ahead of him.  


 

**All MUSICAL WORKS contained herein are protected under copyright law within THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Any use of these works, complete OR IN-PART, without the expressed WRITTEN AND SIGNED consent of the author is strictly PROHIBITED, and punishable by law.     (c) 2014-2018 Steve Wishnewski**



Hans Zimmer Masterclass: Student Project

What: My submission track for the Hans Zimmer Masterclass. 

Year: 2017

 

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FOLLOWING OAKS       

What: Feature Film 

Year: 2015

Job: Film Score and Sound Design

Client: 5 O'Clock Wednesday Productions

Official Trailer

Film Score Album

 

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CANDOR & THE CITY

Episode 4:  Downtown Attraction with The Very Bad Things

What: Documentary Web-Series

Year: 2016

Job: Composing Background Tracks

Client:  Above The Cut Films 

 

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CANDOR & THE CITY

Episode 5:  Adam Bravin

What: Documentary Web-Series

Year: 2016

Job: Composing Background Tracks

Client:  Above The Cut Films 

 

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WOMAN IN THE WOODS

What: Short Film

Year: 2016

Job: Film Score

Client:  Midnight Monster

 

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SECOND THOUGHTS

What: Short Film

Year: 2016

Job: Film Score

Client:  Midnight Monster

 

A GOOD NIGHT

What: Short Film

Year: 2017

Job: Film Score

Client:  Midnight Monster

 

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THE ADVENTURES OF GLAX FIRESTORM AND RANDAR CHROME    

What: Short Film

Year: 2017

Job: Film Score, Sound Effects, Actor (Randar Chrome)

Client:  Midnight Monster

 

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PIERCE  (48 Hour Film Project - Cleveland)    

What: Short Film

Year: 2017

Job: Film Score, Sound Effects, Actor (Killer)

Client:  Midnight Monster

 

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The Grave Caller

What: Feature Film

Year: 2017

Job: Film Score (3 Tracks)

Client: Anderson Cinema

 

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THE TRAIL

What: Short Film

Year: 2017

Job: Film Score, Sound Effects

Client:  Midnight Monster

 

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DATE NIGHT

What: Short Film

Year: 2017

Job: Film Score, Sound Effects

Client:  Midnight Monster

 

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RABID

What: Short Film

Year: 2018

Job: Film Score, Sound Effects

Client:  Midnight Monster

 

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LOOSE ENDS

What: Short Film

Year: 2018

Job: Film Score

Client:  Midnight Monster

 

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THE BETWEEN

What: Short Film

Year: 2018

Job: Film Score

Client:  Midnight Monster


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Rivals

Episode 4:   I Saw Her First

What: Web-Series Comedy

Year: 2016

Job: Sound Effects

Client: Jason Klingensmith & Jerry Lee Tucker

 


Episode 5:   Bacon Boner

What: Web-Series Comedy

Year: 2016

Job: Background Music, Audio Editing.

Client: Jason Klingensmith & Jerry Lee Tucker


Episode 6:   Good Moaning

What: Web-Series Comedy

Year: 2017

Job: Audio Recording.  Dialogue Editing. 

Client: Jason KlingensmithJerry Lee Tucker

 


Episode 7:   Butthurt

What: Web-Series Comedy

Year: 2017

Job: Audio Recording.  Dialogue Editing. 

Client: Jason Klingensmith & Jerry Lee Tucker


Episode 8:   Schwanged

What: Web-Series Comedy

Year: 2017

Job: "Rivals Theme Song" Composer.  Audio Recording.  Dialogue Editing. 

Client: Jason Klingensmith & Jerry Lee Tucker


Episode 9:   Secondhand Salami

What: Web-Series Comedy

Year: 2017

Job: "Rivals Theme Song" Composer.  Audio Recording.  Dialogue Editing.

Client: Jason Klingensmith & Jerry Lee Tucker


Episode 11: Tantric Nirvana

What: Web-Series Comedy

Year: 2017

Job: "Rivals Theme Song" Composer.  Dialogue Audio Editing.

Client: Jason Klingensmith & Jerry Lee Tucker


Episode 12: The Dildo

What: Web-Series Comedy

Year: 2017

Job: "Rivals Theme Song" Composer.  Dialogue Audio Editing.

Client: Jason Klingensmith & Jerry Lee Tucker

Semi LA

Episode 13: Beer Genie

What: Web-Series Comedy

Year: 2017

Job: "Rivals Theme Song" Composer.  Dialogue Audio Editing.

Client: Jason Klingensmith & Jerry Lee Tucker


Episode 14: Milk & Condoms

What: Web-Series Comedy

Year: 2017

Job: "Rivals Theme Song" Composer.  Dialogue Audio Editing.

Client: Jason Klingensmith & Jerry Lee Tucker


Episode 15: Pool Party

What: Web-Series Comedy

Year: 2017

Job: "Rivals Theme Song" Composer.  Dialogue Audio Editing.

Client: Jason Klingensmith & Jerry Lee Tucker


Episode 16: Dale Moves Out

What: Web-Series Comedy

Year: 2017

Job: "Rivals Theme Song" Composer.  Dialogue Audio Editing.

Client: Jason Klingensmith & Jerry Lee Tucker

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