Composer and songwriter Joseph S. Greenier has been creating music for visual and non-visual mediums since an early age. As a multi-instrumentalist with a main expertise in classical and electric style guitar, Joe has also studied piano, bass and drums. Joe comes from a heavy electronic music / computer recording background which helped him find his way into the classical music and composition field. After initially pursuing a Bachelor of Music in Music Theory degree at the University of Connecticut, Joe finished his undergraduate education at Berklee College of Music in Boston MA, graduating Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Music Degree in Film Scoring.
In 2007 Joe scored "Plus Or Minus: A Few Things I Thought I Should Consider", a short film directed by Amanda Sweikow that premiered at VisionFest 2007 at the Directors Guild Of America in Hollywood.
In 2008 Joe wrote additional music for the animated film "Urmel voll in in Fahrt", "Rambo 4", and the video game "FaceBreaker" from Electronic Arts. Joe also co-composed the score for the feature film "Killer Movie" in January of 2008. He then composed the music for the drama "The Roper" a feature film written and directed by Mike Chase.
In 2010 Joe scored the feature film "The New Republic" written and directed by Jeoff Hanser. More recently Joe worked with Jeoff again on the short film "The Bastard".
Over the past few years, Joe has been repeatedly commissioned to write Themes for multiple Docu-Series and Network TV.
He currently resides and works from his studio in Los Angeles.