Marc Aaron Jacobs
Composer & Himmasongs Management

In addition to heading the Himmasongs studio, Marc Aaron Jacobs is also a talented composer. His compositions have been heard on many television shows including: Bones (Fox), Men In Tree's (ABC), American Idol (Fox), Amercia's Most Wanted (Fox), Heartland (TNT), Animal Planet, HBO's "Inside The NFL", The Family Channel & Fisher Price "Planet Hereos Animated DVD Collection".


Richard Friedman

Richard Friedman is a film composer working in Los Angeles. He has written over 600 pieces of music which have been licensed worldwide.

In the area of children's projects, Richard Friedman arranged and performed and contributed songs to Disney's Around the World Christmas as well as Disney's Little Mermaid "Songs from the Sea" albums.
Richard Friedman also co-produced arranged and performed on the Mary Kate and Ashley (Olsen Twins) CD ; 'A Cool Yule'
released by Rhino Records.


George Shelby

George has performed for:
Entertainment Tonight. On American Idol, (Star Academy in France). Good Morning America. With
Barry Manilow, on the Academy Awards, Judging Amy, Late Night with David
Letterman, the Ellen Show, Malcom in the Middle, the Enquirer TV show, Bill
Curtis Reports, Maria Shriver presents, and a host of others.
He has performed live…
With Bobby Caldwell, Aretha Franklin, Smokey Robinson, Chaka Khan, Stevie
Wonder, Dionne Warwick, Johnny Hallyday, Johnny Mathis, Jennifer Love-Hewitt,
Brian Culbertson, Keb' Mo, Boz Scaggs, Jim Brickman, Michael McDonald, Sheena
Easton, Melissa Manchester, Larry Carlton, CeCe Winans, Fred Hammond, Daniel
Ho, Frankie Avalon, Shirley Bassey, Cybill Sheppard, Ann Jillian, and Brian


Willie Aron

Willie Aron is an award-winning film and television composer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and record producer. His score for the independent film The Curiosity Of Chance won Best Musical Score at the 2007 Nashville Film Festival. Aron is currently composing music for TLC’s long-running hit television series Trading Spaces and for BET’s acclaimed documentary series American Gangster. His music has been featured in dozens of international commercials, advertising campaigns, and television shows; clients include HBO, Verizon, E-Harmony, and The Oprah Winfrey Show. Aron has performed and recorded with acclaimed artists such as Phoebe Snow, Rickie Lee Jones , Van Dyke Parks, and Peter Himmelman. He and Himmelman have recently co-produced a children’s album, My Green Kite, which was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Children’s Album of 2007. He is currently performing and recording with singer-songwriter Rebecca Pidgeon (with whom he serves as musical director).


Jeff Lingle
Music Editor Screen Credits
Year Film Producer Composer
2008 Swingtown Alan Poul/Mike Kelley Liz Phair, Evan Frankfort, Mark Dauer
2008 Queen Sized Frank Von Zerneck Peter Himmelman
2007+ Army Wives Jeff Melvoin/Katherine Fugate Steffan & Marc Fantini, Scott Gordon
2006-2008 Men In Trees Jenny Bicks Peter Himmelman
2005+ Bones Barry Josephson/Hart Hanson/Stephen Nathan Peter Himmelman
2005-06 Beautiful People Paul Stupin Adam Fields
1999-2005 Judging Amy Joe Stern/Barbara Hall Peter Himmelman
2003-2005 Joan Of Arcadia Jim Hayman/Barbara Hall Jonathan Grossman
2002 Skinwalkers Craig McNeil BC Smith
2001 Going To California Jeff Melvoin Peter Himmelman
2000 The John Denver Story Craig McNeil Lee Holdridge
2001 The Great Gatsby dir. Robert Markowitz Carl Davis


Lior Kaminetsky

Lior Kaminetsky, earned a Masters’ degree in Violin performance & Musicology from the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance and the Hebrew University. At present lives in Beverly Hills after recieving high prestigue USC award towards additional degree at the Thornton School of Music, USC. He won various awards from the Universite De Sorbon, Gratz Academy and the Schwerin Academy institutions, and from the Ella Fitchgerald Charitable, Nowakowsky and America-Israel Cultural foundations. He served as the chairman of the JAMD students' organization and won the Chamber and Duo Academy Music competitions. He has performed widely abroad and has appeared on Radio stations and TVs as well as at the Dying to Live, documentary film by Ben Mittleman.


Al Wolovitch

2003 -2005
Composer for Bravo show Significant Others
Composer for Fox sitcom Freeride.
Additional music for:
Dog The Bounty Hunter, Average Joe, & King of Cars

Stay. a Marc Forester film.
2006 Music for The Onion movie

1998-present.. staff writer for Asche and Spencer.. 100's of spots including Pepsi, Toyota, Comcast, Nissan.

Kids stuff
Co produced My Best Friend Is A Salamander with Peter Himmelman. Composed and produced a birthday party Cd for Target.

Jeff Victor
Composer, Producer, Songwriter

Over the past twelve years, Jeff Victor has created three dozen CDs for Target Corporation's Lifescapes label, with sales exceeding 1.5 million units. Comfortable working in virtually any musical style, ranging from cinematic to cartoon, Jeff is most inspired by writing children’s music. He produced the My Name Is CD series for Target, and two CDs co-written with Sesame Street Live producer Tom Lieberman for Mervyn's Mumford the Penguin promotion. Jeff has also produced five records for Parents magazine, including When I Grow Up, and most recently, My First Halloween.

Mr. Victor has earned both an Emmy and a Clio for his musical work in television advertising and has more than twenty years of experience in the field.
Working as a live musician, he has toured extensively, performing with Peter Himmelman, John Gorka, Andrew WK and Soul Asylum, with appearances on Saturday Night Live, Late Show with David Letterman, Late Night With Conan O'Brien, and the Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

David Morgan

From headlining at the Blue Note with his jazz piano trio to his sold out performances as a singer/songwriter David Morgan is consistently producing and performing music that is diverse and dynamic. “David is a truly extraordinary pop singer-songwriter—right alongside his glorious preceding accomplishments as a jazz musician.” (Jim Bessman of Billboard Magazine)

Originally from San Francisco, Morgan grew up listening to everything from the Beatles to John Coltrane to Chopin. In 1987, when still in high school, he was severely bitten by the jazz bug. At the University of New Orleans, he studied piano and composition with legends Ellis Marsalis and Harold Battiste and performed with Wynton Marsalis, James Rivers, Wes Anderson Brian Blade and Nycholas Payton. Before heading for New York in 1992 Battiste released his first jazz CD, “Comment” on AFO Records. ” Morgan has since released two additional critically acclaimed live jazz CD’s, “Hands of Time” (Turnipseed Music) and “The David Morgan Trio-Live at the Blue Note” (Half Note Records) featuring drummer Jason Marsalis, bassist David Grossman and guitarist Peter Bernstein.

For the past 12 years, Morgan has been the musical director and producer for singer/songwriter Neshama Carlebach. Their sixth CD, “One and One” was released in May 2008. They consistently tour worldwide- from the U.S. to Russia, South Africa, Europe and Israel.

As a composer, Morgan has been busy writing for television and film. He writes rock, pop, funk and orchestral music for CBS Sports and scored the comedy feature film, “Hacks,” written and directed by ex-Saturday Night Live writer, Glenn Rockowitz. Morgan has recorded and performed with legendary producer Nile Rogers, singer/songwriter Peter Himmelman and singer Diana Canova. His latest album is “Ordinary Glory.”

“Ordinary Glory is an album that is rather sensitive than sentimental and it shows the extraordinary within the ordinary. His voice touches where he has to touch- somewhere deep where there is darkness and light. Morgan did an excellent job producing "Ordinary Glory," with songs that have echoes of jazz and rock. Simply beautiful.” (Wim Boluijt- Heaven Magazine)