Kevin Packard has been a staff composer for a prominent East Coast Music House where, for eight years, he scored national spots as well as composed for branding campaigns for TLC, Discovery Health, and Nat Geo. As a Composer In Residence at Connecticut College, he scored many productions for Dance undergraduates as well as received numerous commissions from visiting guest artists. His compositional credits include, Arby's, Ford, USA Today, Lexus, Discovery, Nat Geo Channel, TLC, The Treasury Dept, UTZ, Intercontinental Hotels and the National Parks Service, among many others.
Kevin Packard's writing style spans heartfelt acoustic music to driving electronica, and dramatic orchestral to quirky Penguin Cafe-ish. Kevin's compositions have won numerous awards. He now lives happily in Colorado, where he works out of his studio, creating music perfect for TV, Film, corporate branding and multiple new media projects. He is currently set to release "Facing Southeast," a collection of instrumental collaborations with bassist Bruce Swanson.
Kevin has won two Washington DC Peer Awards, for Discovery Wings, and National Geographic Channel-Culture Shock, a National Telly, a Telly and an award for best PSA for Special Olympics. His work also includes the Trading Spaces Theme for TLC, and the Rebranding/Station ID for Discovery Health Channel and TLC.
A cool, hip, electronic instrumental with pulsating synths, piano and cool loops reminiscent of Moby. Great for fashion/catwalk, city at night, club scene, party. Luxury car ad,, Instrumental, Electronic, Electropop
Funky, upbeat, quirky, :24 electronic instrumental that with all it's shimmering pulsating elements, evokes the city at night. Would make a good Open for, Entertainment show, Food, Out at Night, Wine. Instrumental, Electronic, Progressive Electronic
An upbeat, moody, compelling, electronic instrumental with dark overtones. Good for 20 sec Open, medical detectives, fashion, entertainment, mystery, crime solver, paranormal. Ad for jeans, Levis, Axe. Instrumental, Electronic, Progressive Electronic