Jose A. Parody is an award winning Colombian composer based in Los Angeles, CA. By exploring new sound palettes with both traditional composition and contemporary music production techniques, Parody brings a special voice to each of his projects.
In the summer of 2018, Parody was honored with his second Emmy for his score for the Emmy-winning show “The Migrant Kitchen” (KCET/Life&Thyme), a recognition which he also received for the first season in 2017. In early 2019 he scored “Rapid Response”, a feature documentary which explores the history of motorsports safety during some of the most fatal years in professional racing.
Some of his most profound education came from his assistant-ship with British composer Tom Howe, where Parody had the opportunity to observe the importance of not only talent, but also, the value of teamwork and communication. Throughout 2017 and 2018, Parody assisted Tom on feature-films such as “Professor Marston & the Wonder Women”(Stage 6 Films/SONY), “Early Man”(Aardman Animations), “Charming” (3QU Media), and “Wonder Woman”(Warner Bros).
As well as his own film and television projects, Parody is in demand as an additional composer. He has recently contributed music for projects such as “Last Czars”(Netflix), “I Knew Jesus” (CNN/Nutopia), and “Indian Boarding School” (Channel 4 Television).