Composer & Songwriter Nate Fenwick Smith
Before starting Fenwick Music Productions, Nate worked in LA at Koskenmaki Music on reality TV hits such as Survivor, Apprentice, Hell's Kitchen, Ultimate Fighter, and more. He also spent some time working at Hans Zimmer's Remote Control Studios as well as Stimmüng - LA's largest commercial music company.
Nate received an MFA in Film Music Composition from UNCSA under the direction of Chris Heckman and was closely mentored by Brian King (prior USC film music grad program director). Before grad school, Nate studied music, film, screenwriting, and audio production at Arizona State University and Mesa Community College.
As a composer he has scored several indie films, commercials, trailers and video games as well as provided music for a variety of TV shows. In 2015 he received two nominations for Best Music Composition by the Television Academy Foundation for his scores in "The Collection" and "Starlight", with his music in "The Collection" selected as a final nominee. As a songwriter Nate has written, recorded and released three studio albums performing most recently as "I am Fenwick". In 2014 he qualified as a finalist in the world's leading international songwriting event, the USA Songwriting Competition for his song "Murder in the Atrium".