Composer for film and video
In addition to his work as a band leader, singer and guitarist, Jeremiah Lockwood has scored numerous feature films, documentaries, video shorts and plays. His works include award winning collaborations with Paul Andrejco’s Puppet Heap production company. Jeremiah was a 2011 Brooklyn Philharmonic Orchestra. For the BPO he composed a piece for string quartet, drums and electronics titled As Long as the Breath Rattles My Bones (a tribute to blues musician Carolina Slim), and Rooms, a piece for orchestra. Jeremiah’s songs have been featured in the hit TV programs Transparent and Weeds, and in the films Big Bad Love, and Death in Love.
As Long as the Breath Rattle My Bones, performed by members of the Brooklyn Philharmonic Orchestra and featuring samples of the voice of Elijah Staley, aka Carolina Slim.
Denmark, South Carolina
I played music in the Southern town where I grew up
I soldiered for Harry Truman
Out of the army I came to the big apple
I want to be more loving
Mendy (2003, directed by Adam Vardy)
Holy Land Hardball (2010, directed by Brett Rapkin and Erik Kesten)
Re-Emerging: The Jews of Nigeria (2012, directed by Jeff Lieberman)
The Works of Miriam Cabessa (2008, directed by Dana Yavin)