Annie is an award-winning performer and composer. As a film composer, her music has been featured in TV commercials on Disney XD, Nickelodeon, ESPN, The Cartoon Network, and international TV networks. Her additional music can be heard in The Lego Ninjago Movie., select Lifetime movies, and other major motion pictures and streaming-platform TV series. She recently received a Hollywood Music in Media Award (HMMA) nomination (2020) for her score to The First Color, (directed by Ericka De Alexander). Her credits also include scoring the Emmy-nominated short film The Pacific Soldier (directed by Robert Ham), and Madaran, directed by Academy Award-Winning Director, Rayka Zehtabchi. Additional credits include mockup artist on Speilberg's Ready Player One, Fox's The Orville, and Marvel: Infinity War, music copyist on Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, La La Land; Fox TV shows including Family Guy, American Dad, and The Simpsons. She served as a scoring assistant to Danny Elfman on The Circle and scoring intern to James Newton Howard on Mockingjay: Part 2, and Concussion (starring Will Smith). In May 2017, she was awarded the "Best Musical Score" prize in the Los Angeles Live Film Scoring Festival where her music was performed live to picture by Helix Collective. As a participant in ASCAP and LA Film Festival's Project Involve, she scored the short film Great Again, which premiered at the LA Film Festival in 2017. Her collaboration on Yizhou Li's animation Nice To Meeteor You was nominated at the 2016 Annie Awards for "Best Student Film".
Annie has been a winner in classical flute performance competitions throughout her life. She was invited to sing back-up vocals with Barry Manilow in 2014 and has performed alongside The Utah Symphony, with Grammy-nominated singer Sissel (Titanic), and with Emmy-award-winning composers Kurt Bestor and Sam Cardon. She was awarded a publishing contract by R Legacy Entertainment for her win with an original instrumental composition in the 2013 International Composition Contest.
She is an alumna of the prestigious ASCAP Film Scoring Workshop with Richard Bellis (2018) and is also a graduate of the Scoring For Motion Pictures and Television Program at The University of Southern California (2015). Selected as a participant in the USC Thornton Board of Councilors Mentoring Program, she received the opportunity to be privately mentored by James Newton Howard.. She has received two ASCAP Foundation Awards: The Betty Rose Scholarship and The David Rose Award and was honored at the ASCAP Foundation Awards Ceremonies in December 2014 and December 2018 in New York City.. She was a participant in the NYU Film Scoring Workshop (2015), and attended on the Women In Music Scholarship (The Sorel Organization). She received a Bachelor of Music in Media Music Studies from Brigham Young University (2009), where she attended on a music scholarship.
Annie is actively involved in the music and film community. She has been a panelist at Hollywood Chills Entertainment and USC School of Cinematic Arts, and a guest speaker at BYU School of Music and Sweet Briar College Department of Sound Design. She has served on the judging panel for the Los Angeles Live Score Film Festival from 2018-2020. She was featured among female film composers on the cover of AFM Local 47's July 2016 issue of Overture Magazine. She has been a member of the Utah Flute Association (UFA), is a current member of American Federation of Musicians Local 47, The Association of Media Composers and Lyricists (AMCL), The Society of Composers and Lyricists (SCL), Women in Film (WIF), Alliance for Women Film Composers (AWFC), and Music Teachers National Association (MTNA). She has been proactive as a music educator, adjudicating flutists in annual national and state music competitions and festivals.
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