Music by Dimitri Smith has been heard on MTV, AMC, The Hallmark Channel, Nintendo Switch consoles, international film festival theaters, and virtual reality headsets around the world.
Based in LA, Dimitri is a boundary-pushing composer, writing for VR, film, television, and video games. He is the composer for the Google-commissioned virtual reality series "Immerse," co-wrote the theme song for LA's most-watched local sports show "KTLA Sports Final," and has composed music heard in MTV shows "Awkward," "Finding Carter," "The Real World," and "Are You the One?". Gravitating towards new media, Dimitri frequently writes immersive scores for VR/360 films.
Additionally, Dimitri works as composer assistant to Nathan Barr – and was Lead Scoring Technician on Universal Pictures / Amblin Entertainment's "The House With a Clock in Its Walls," starring Jack Black and Cate Blanchett. Dimitri has also assisted Nate in his scores to "Carnival Row," starring Orland Bloom and produced by Amazon Studios, and "The Son," starring Pierce Brosnan on FX.
An accomplished arranger and orchestrator, Dimitri was the choral arranger for New Line Cinema's 2016 film "Keanu," arranged opening music for the 2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards, orchestrated the season 3 finale of Amazon Studios' "Tumble Leaf," and wrote/produced arrangements on a number of songs in NBC's "America's Got Talent" and NBC's "Little Big Shots."
Some of the films Dimitri has scored include the acclaimed documentary “1-800-Give-Us-Your-Kidney," which will be screened at 13 film festivals across the USA, “Birthday Bluff," one of the first ever narrative virtual reality films, and the comedic web series “Quirky Female Protagonist," which was featured in the 2016 Los Angeles Film Festival.
Born and raised in Washington state, Dimitri moved to Los Angeles in 2009 to study composition at Pepperdine University, and now resides in Pasadena, CA.
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