Irish composer Amie Doherty’s credits span a wide range of genres in both film and television. Currently scoring Amazon’s upcoming sci-fi adult animation series Undone starring Bob Odenkirk and Rosa Salazar, she has worked to create a unique and distinctive sound to match the show’s stunning artwork. Other recent scores include DreamWorks Animation’s upcoming short film Marooned; Emmy-nominated documentary Light In The Water; Paramount’s Here and Now starring Sarah Jessica Parker, Renée Zellweger, and Common, and produced by Parker’s Pretty Matches Productions; Sony/Lifetime’s Love You To Death starring Marcia Gay Harden; Where We Go From Here, a deeply moving film exploring gun violence in America, premiering at Outfest 2019; and Tribeca 2017’s winning film Keep The Change.
Amie's recent orchestration and conducting work includes CBS's acclaimed series Star Trek: Discovery, Fox Searchlight's upcoming film Lucy In The Sky, Netflix's The Umbrella Academy, Emmy and Golden Globe winners Fargo and The Night Of, as well as FX's Legion, Starz's Counterpart, and Netflix's Altered Carbon. In June 2018, she had the pleasure to work with rapper 50 cent, conducting an orchestra, choir and band at the world famous Radio City Music Hall in New York City for a performance at the premiere of his hit show Power.
In 2016, Amie became a Sundance Composer Fellow, having been chosen from over 500 composers to attend the intensive Sundance Institute Music & Sound Design Lab at the legendary Skywalker Ranch. Following her time at the lab, Amie was announced as the 2016 Sundance Institute/Time Warner Foundation Composer Fellow.
Over the past number of years, Amie has lived, worked and studied in London, Seoul, Vietnam, India, and Spain, and is currently based in Hollywood, CA. She has recorded scores with The Hollywood Studio Symphony, FILM harmonic Orchestra Prague, The Macedonian Radio Symphonic Orchestra, and the English Sessions Orchestra at the Fox, Warner Bros., and Sony Scoring Stages, as well as at Abbey Road Studios.
In 2013, Amie was honoured to receive the ASCAP Foundation Harold Arlen Award after being chosen as one of 12 composers worldwide to participate in the legendary ASCAP Television & Film Scoring Workshop in Los Angeles. She graduated magna cum laude from Berklee College of Music's Masters program in Scoring for Film, Television, and Video Games, where she was awarded the Howard Shore Scholarship. She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Music from Trinity College, Dublin.