Greg Sims

Greg Sims is an award-winning composer for film, television and advertising. He composed, orchestrated and produced the score for the CGI animated feature The Lion Of Judah, starring the voice talents of Ernest Borgnine, Michael Madsen and Scott Eastwood (released on Blu-ray by Warner Bros.) Other notable film projects include the animated feature Tugger: The Jeep Who Wanted to Fly (starring Jim Belushi and Scott ‘Carrot Top’ Thompson) and the documentary iGOD featuring NY Times best-selling authors Neale Donald Walsch and Deepak Chopra.

Greg has also composed film scores for various entertainment companies and theme parks including the PGA Hall of Fame’s Magic Moments (Silver Addy award winner), Universal Studios Barcelona Seafari, and Kennedy Space Center’s International Space Station. Greg recently signed on as composer for the documentary John Avildsen: King Of The Underdogs which features interviews from Sylvester Stallone, Martin Scorsese, Carl Weathers, Burt Reynolds and Ralph Macchio.

Greg composed and produced music for Harpo Productions’ The Oprah Winfrey Show from 2005-2011, and his music is used regularly on The Dr. Oz Show and The Nate Berkus Show. As vice-president, composer and producer for PowerHouse Music Library, Greg’s music has been broadcast on a variety of domestic and international television networks.