Gabriel is available for freelance and collaboration
Gabriel is currently assisting the composer Andrew Edwards at Blue Police Box Music on scoring the feature length film "Scary Normal" by the director Jennifer Betchel (www.scarynormalmovie.com).
He also just finished writing 14 minutes of music while assisting the composer David McHugh on scoring another feature length film "Susie's Hope" by the director Jerry Rees (www.facebook.com/susiesmovie).
Gabriel is currently writing a cue on Alex Bohs' film "Finding Frankling" and working on the score for Zach Craft's "Seeing you seeing me" and the music for Jon Moeller and Emily Railsback's "Atoms" film.
Upcoming projects are mixing the pilot for the show "Kinda Related" by the director J. W. Crump and scoring Alex Bohs' new film "MUM". On top of that, Gabriel works as graduate assistant at the MFA Music Composition for the Screen program and assists Gary Chang and Richard McHugh on music technology classes.
A promising Brazilian composer and music producer, Gabriel has had a unique experience and achievement background. While in Brazil, he toured playing the piano along with the Cuban music band Sonora Habanera. He composed the score for the first Brazilian Xbox360 game, Trilinea React. He also composed and produced music for countless TV and radio commercials both as freelance and as employee in many different studios. Gabriel was one of the members of the audio production trio at Dr.DD studio that won the Golden Lion at Cannes Festival for the Ad piece "skank play" in 2011. Gabriel is currently living in Chicago, pursuing his Master's Degree in Film Scoring at Columbia College. Over the 2012 summer he scored "Sick Smelly Dirty Politics" by the Chicago director Janet Milsten, "502" by the Brazilian director Miguel Vilela and "Far Away" by the Ghanaian director Felix Ofosu-Yeboah. Outside the screens Gabriel produced the music for the play "Smartphones", by the award winning Spanish director Emilio Williams performed at the Trap Door Theatre in Chicago last July and August.
Also in the same summer, Gabriel interned at Greg Allan's Sonixphere and Andrew Edwards' Blue Police Box Music from May to August. At BPBM, he wrote arrangements for Chicago Tap Dance Theatre show "Tottaly Tap-ular!" and was associate producer for the Seelie Players album Sirena. On October Gabriel scored the game "Board Sweeper" coming soon for iOS, Android, windows and mac platforms.