Tim Daoust is a composer and voice recording artist based in the New York City area. Taking elements from his training in classical piano and composition and combining them with a passion for rock and electronic music, Tim creates music for a wide range of projects from film to contemporary dance.
His portfolio includes musical scores for independent films as well as contemporary dance and contemporary chamber music. His music has been heard on contemporary dance at Triskelion Arts in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, at the Metropolitan Room in New York City’s Flatiron District, The Waltz Astoria Cafe in Brooklyn, The National Black Theater in Harlem and in the short films “Sides of the Track” and “Peeper: A Sort of Love Story,” which was an official selection at the Hoboken International Film Festival. Tim has also composed music for the award-winning show, “REX on Call,” which aired on NBC 17 in Raleigh, NC from 2006 to 2011.
As a voice over artist, he has trained extensively at Edge Studio and volunteers regularly at Learning Ally, voicing audio text books. Additionally, he has done voice over work for the Discovery Channel and Sandwich Video.