Music producer/director, sound engineer and multi-instrumentalist Celeste Lear has close to two decades of discipline dedicated to the constant deepening of both artistic performance and technical ability to consistently turn out and professional, high quality and cutting edge compositions.
Celeste has performed extensive scoring for various independent films, television shows, commercials and regularly licenses her music to networks such as Sony, VH1, MTV, Discovery Channel, HBO and Fox. Most noteworthy, she had one of her compositions showcased on Fox network’s wildly popular dance competition “So You Think You Can Dance” and Sony Network’s television series “Unforgettable”.
As a music director, Celeste has been hired onto several international, large scale multi-media installation projects and has worked in conjunction with UNESCO, Google, Obscura Digital, Millennium Arts and Mosaic of Change to provide both music production, sound design and curation.
With 5 solo and 2 compilation albums she has personally produced and professionally released on her own label since 2005, Celeste’s music has amassed tens of millions of plays on Pandora, Spotify, Apple Music and Youtube. She is also a sought after remix artist and has produced and released over 10 cutting edge, professional electronic remixes for artists such as Elan Atias (The Wailers), cellist Rena Jones, CloZee, Artemis, Natasha Bedingfield (Sony Records), Symbols of the West, Stereocell, Shannon Hurley, etc.
Also a savvy music supervisor with copyright and entertainment business law studies and 12+ years of experience in music publishing and licensing, Celeste has mutiple iMDb credits from performing music clearance work and contract negotiations for multiple production companies including Clear Compass Media, Eye Power Films, Castor Creek Productions, etc. She recently performed music supervision work on the highly successful independent documentary film, “Thrive, What On Earth Will It Take”.