As a music supervisor and consultant, Aminé Ramer has influenced the sound and mood of feature films, documentaries and award-winning television series for over a decade. Ramer’s success can be attributed to her careful selection of significant artists, ranging from the unknown to the popular, and her keen sensibility to create a visceral experience by connecting sight with sound. Aminé is a board member of The Guild of Music Supervisors.
Credits include: “Crip Camp” (academy award nominated), “Woodstock 99”, “Flint Town”, “Jay & Silent Bob Reboot”, “Baby Done”, “The Rhythm Section”, “Weeds”, “The Signal”, “The November Man”, “Faking it”, “Richard Pryor – Omit the Logic”, “The Lovers and The Despot”- “For A Good Time Call”.
Current projects include: “Shantaram” (apple TV), “SIS” (Sky)
Panelist/speaker for: The Great Escape, M for Montreal, Iceland Airwaves, Break Out West, Musicians Institute, De Paul University, UK Trade and Investment Sync Mission, Music and Media Finland, Billboard Film & TV Conference, Bylarm, Olso, SXSW, The Great Escape, Norwich Sound and Vision, among others.
You can find Aminé’s work here: https://www.statesofsound.com