His work on over 300 documentaries can be seen on The National Geographic Channel, Nat Geo Wild, PBS, Animal Planet, TLC, The History Channel, The Smithsonian Channel and The Discovery Channel. He also wrote national television spots for the Clinton and Obama presidential campaigns as well as an original musical score for Imagination Stage’s production of James and the Giant Peach.
Mac’s score for The National Geographic Channel’s, Superpride, earned him a national Emmy Award nomination in 2009. His work on the Smithsonian Channel’s production of Martin Luther King: The Assassination Tapes, helped the show to win a prestigious Peabody Award in 2013.
Mac studied jazz at North Texas State University's esteemed College of Music before completing his undergraduate work at The College of Wooster. His early career included grinding out hundreds of thirty second scores for a variety of statewide and national political campaigns as well as creating a number of high-profile television and radio jingles. His interests include running, skiing, soccer and The New York Times crossword puzzle. He works out of his studio in Kensington, MD with composers Lenny Williams and Chris Biondo.
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Mac’s studio in the Washington, DC suburb of Kensington, Maryland features a full recording studio with state-of-the-art digital capabilities. Services include original music composition and recording facilities for documentaries and feature films, advertising campaigns (tv and radio), corporate and promotional videos, radio spots, and voice over for narration.
Mac Squier | Music For Pictures LLC
4212-2A Howard Avenue
Kensington, MD 20895