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Tiff Randol


Randol is a composer, writer, vocalist, producer, and performer with a background in jazz, classical, and theater. She got her start in an NYC punk band and went on to writing and producing folk, electronic, pop and scoring for film and immersive environments. Her diverse background and passion for creating unique soundscapes and melodic earworms, lends itself to a wide range of creative styles and whimsical inspiration. Currently she lives in LA and works as a composer, vocalist, and songwriter for media.

Randol wrote the theme song "To Feel Alive" with millions of streams globally for the film, Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters and was featured as the lead vocalist by composer Andrew Lockington and conductor Nicholas Dodds. She has been featured in a number of films, networks and streaming services, including Showtime's Masters of Sex, Ray Donovan, Work In Progress, The Fosters, Arrow, Flash, Royal Pains, The Lying Game, Portlandia, Barnes & Noble, with hundreds of placements for her original work and performed live on numerous network shows, including Moby on The Tonight Show. Her awards include Up and Coming writer for the Songwriters Hall of Fame, winner of Best Score at The Long Island Film Festival for composing the short film, "Meg's Song", along with numerous awards for her experimental 360 short "Starman" and is currently developing pieces for FullDome / VR film,

featuring her music, performance and direction.

She is the founder of Mamas in Music, an organization that supports mothers working in the music industry to offer resources and channels of support.

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