Zachary Greer is a Canadian composer for Film, Television and Advertising. His work has been screened in festivals all over Canada, as well as the US. In November he received his second "Excellence in Music Composition" award from the Silver Wave Film Festival. Zachary has worked on a number of award winning shorts including: Hum (dir. Rebecca Tremblay), Cicerone (dir. Ty Giffin) and Fighter (dir. Meagan Brown). Recently, he has scored the feature film Warrior Strong (dir. Shane Belcourt), which stars legendary comedian Andrew Dice Clay and up and coming Canadian actor Jordan Johnson-Hinds. He also scored the CBC documentary Indian Braves (dir. Nate Gaffney & Desmond Simon).
With lots more film and television projects on the go, as well as currently doing a masters degree at The University of Ottawa, Zachary also remains active as a solo artist producing instrumental albums. His major releases, The Duel and Partridge Island, are based on historical events in New Brunswick, both of which received grants from artsNB, MusicNB and the Canada Council for the Arts. Often combining experimental sounds with organic instrumentation, his work has been said to effortlessly exude serenity and beauty, as well as drama and grit.