Titlecard is a music composition and sound-making company based in Boston, MA.
Joel Roston | Partner
Joel is a composer, producer, and guitar player living in Boston, MA. Among numerous commercials, independent videos, web-originals, and films, Joel composed, performed and recorded the score for the independent television pilot “Sharing,” which, in 2015, was picked up for pilot production by NBC. He also co-composed music for the Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial. In addition to scoring for TV, film, and video, Joel has written music for ensembles of all sizes and has performed both nationally and internationally with groups ranging from indie rock bands to the BBC Symphony Orchestra.
P. Andrew Willis | Partner
Andrew is a Boston area composer, producer and musician who’s been making music and sound for films, TV, and ads since the early 2000’s. From soaring orchestral scores for PBS American Experience’s “The Mine Wars” and “Battle of Chosin” to jazzy tunes for Errol Morris’s “Tabloid” (add'l music) to rich, ambient soundscapes for the horror film, “Dark Feed,” to fractured holiday music for the dark comedy, “Uncle Nick,” Andrew has filtered his unique musical voice through many different genres and moods. As an instrumentalist, Andrew has toured the country in various projects and is currently playing bass with Roger Miller’s The Trinary System.