A new spot for American Express featuring the Rhian Sheehan tracks “Places Between” and “Quietly Returning” from his album “Seven Tales Of The North Wind”.
Rhian Sheehan wrote the music featured in this 2015 US Super Bowl Commercial for Dove Mens + Wear. The commercial aired during the first half of the Super Bowl to an estimated 114 million viewers.
A Planetarium Dome show Rhian Sheehan wrote the score for last year is now available to watch on YouTube in all its flat-screen glory. Even better in a real 360 degrees dome if you get a chance to visit your local Planetarium!
Rhian Sheehan co-wrote the soundtrack to this atmospheric Spanish made sci-fi short Similo. You can hear some of Rhian’s and Max Richter’s music
in this excerpt. Playing in selected film festivals. Check it out if you get a chance. More info at blackmilk.eu
Rhian Sheehan wrote the soundtrack featured in this Facebook story “Alison”
A reworking of Rhian Sheehan’s track Sileo is the soundtrack in this new Google spot which made its debut directly before Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey on US Television this week.
Here’s the new trailer for Back To The Moon For Good. A Fulldome Planetarium show Rhian Sheehan recently wrote the soundtrack for. The show is narrated by Tim Allen (Toy Story) and now screening in over 400 Planetariums around the world. All the music featured in the trailer is from the film too. For information on screenings near you head to the Google XPRIZE website.
Some live footage from Rhian Sheehan’s show at the Wellington Opera House 2nd November 2013
The Rhian Sheehan track “Less is Less” features in the new GoPro Red Bull Stratos spot. The commercial features astonishing never-before-seen footage from Felix Baumgartner’s 38km high record breaking free fall – all captured using GoPro cameras.
Rhian Sheehan recently finished writing and producing the soundtrack for the brand new US Planetarium fulldome show Back To The Moon For Good (narrated by Tim Allen).
Back To The Moon For Good is the brand new 24min Fulldome Planetarium documentary show produced by The National Space Centre, and Robert K. Weiss (The Blues Brothers, The Naked Gun). Narrated by Tim Allen (Toy Story, Galaxy Quest), the show chronicles teams around the world competing for the largest incentivized prize in history, the Google Lunar XPRIZE, by landing a robotic spacecraft on the Moon for the first time in more than 40 years.
The show is screening in over 90 Planetariums worldwide from early November. More details on where to see the show here: http://www.googlelunarxprize.org/education/domeshow
Hear highlights from the soundtrack here: https://soundcloud.com/rsheehan/back-to-the-moon-for-good