Steve E. Williams (Electronic Tracks)
Home: Los Angeles, California USA
Steve E. Williams is a Los Angeles Film, TV, and Ad composer. His credits include featurettes for Disney/Marvel Ant-Man and WB’s The 33. He’s composed trailers for Arrow, Reign, Elementary, NCIS, Nashville, music for 48 Hours, CBS Sports Spectacular, Discovery, Nat Geo, ESPN, CNN, BBC, and ads for Saab, Mattel, Sears, Levi's, Nokia/Vertu, Nissan, PF Changs, Dr. Phil, and Chevrolet. Steve works with platinum artists and songwriters, has Billboard Top 100 singles, Top 10 club remixes, and was awarded five ADDY and two Communicator Awards.
Steve E. Williams studied Berklee School of Music. His Film/TV credits include: TriStar, NBC's Life, Jeff Probst Show, Investigation Discovery's Deadly Women and Beauty Queen Murders, National Geographic's Dead or Alive, MSNBC's Your Business, BBC's From Harris With Love, Caught Red Handed, Rescue: Code One & Dileab Thormoid (Smile Please), NBC's The Dan Patrick Show, Jeff Probst Show (Survivor), CNN Voices of Auschwitz, AFL Game Day and Today (AU), La Riera & Crackovia (ES), Discovery Civilization, trailers for Tele5 (DE), Lorimar, CBS, and KTLA News. His documentaries include BBC's Trawlermen's Lives and the award-winning WMD, plus music at the Carnegie Science Center.
Steve's advertising clients include PricewaterhouseCoopers, Baskin-Robbins, 20th Century Fox, Prevalin, Lucozade Sport (UK), Mitsubishi, Ryobi, U-Haul, Family Feud, CBS/KNX1070 news themes, and Rick Dees National Weekly Top 40. He has developed music and sound for the exclusive Nokia/Vertu line of cell phones and was part of the music team for SeaWorld and Cypress Gardens theme parks. His remix of "I Don't Want To Sleep Alone" (Mette) was a Top 10 club hit in the US.