“My goal with music has always been to say something – to create sensitive, vivid imagery that can not only stand on its own, but enhance other media.”

  • Composition
  • Orchestration
  • Production
  • Songwriting

Jesse Bouvier is a Los Angeles based composer specializing in Film music. In 2010, Jesse scored the award winning documentary, Echoes of the Peaks (Produced by Jane Jackson), which was also entered in the Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival in the same year. In 2013, Jesse interned for Gregg Lehrman and Output, Inc., where he was also able to music coordinate on two TV shows- Ground Floor (TBS) and Forage Wars (Nat Geo). In 2014, Jesse scored a short film, If Ever There’s a Tomorrow, for the film department at Cal State Northridge (written and directed by Sam Holt). The film was showcased at the Academy for Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, and will continue on to the festival circuit.

Jesse Bouvier’s musical life began with piano. At the age of 5, he won an award for an original composition, and has been writing music ever since. He has grown to explore and learn from many different genres and instruments, the influences of which are always shaping and expanding his voice, and provide a substantial musical vocabulary from which to pull his inspiration. Jesse studied piano and saxophone in both Concert and Jazz settings in high school, under Jon Eder in his hometown of Flagstaff, Az. He also studied guitar, theory, and composition with Rafe Sweet. Jesse graduated from┬áCal State, Northridge in 2015 under the direction of Elizabeth Sellers, where he was given the award for Outstanding Media Composition┬áStudent.