Do you need custom music scoring and production for your film, TV show, theatrical production or advertisement? Or are you seeking already existing music to license and place in your production?

Lisa is available to custom score music for your project. She has a Bachelor of Arts in music theory and Master of Music in music theory and composition from SUNY Fredomia. She has written hundreds of songs and is a veteran in the recording studio with her own albums and singles under her belt in addition to writing and producing music and providing music supervision and licensing services for film, TV, corporate and theater clients via her company
Hidden Pond Productions, Inc.

Lisa is adept at writing in a variety of genres, arrangements and instrumentation, and has had number of her original songs placed in all kinds of moving media.

If you’d like more information about hiring Lisa to custom score for your project, help with music licensing and supervision or use one of her existing songs in your production, contact her here.


“Working with Lisa was a breeze. It was my first time working with a music supervisor and first time working directly with a composer scoring a film. In music supervising, Lisa was able to explain and guide me through the process thoroughly, and more importantly, was able to find a diverse range of music. Like any great collaboration, working with Lisa was like working with an extension of myself. Trust is everything in this industry and I can easily trust Lisa to be on the same page with me and trust her ear and creativity. In scoring, Lisa was able to capture my original intention and add to it in a way I didn’t even know I wanted in an accommodating way. I feel very lucky to have found Lisa and Hidden Pond Productions when I did.”
– Kaelan Selbach-Broad, filmmaker, Broad Brothers Productions
“Dollhouse” (short feature film), Syracuse, NY

“Lisa worked with my theatre company on a number of shows as a composer and sound designer. She recorded music and supplied some of her own songs for Butterflies Are Free. She composed and recorded several wonderful instrumentals for The Miracle Worker and, in a lighter vein, for our Star Trek spoof, Quantum Trek: Deep Space Leap. She also created scores for many original Beatles-inspired songs in my John Lennon biodrama, Lennon, A Life. She is a versatile composer and performer, a consummate professional who can turn her hand to any style of music and produce spot-on results.”
Rachel Rubin Ladutke, Playwright/Director/Producer
TwinFish Productions, New York, NY