Holly Amber Church has scored many films including the recently released supernatural horror, The Toybox, starring Denise Richards and Mischa Barton and the Shudder film, Ruin Me. She also wrote the gritty score for Padraig Reynolds’ crime thriller/horror feature, Rites of Spring, and the orchestral thematic score for his supernatural thriller, The Devil’s Dolls, both which were released by IFC Midnight. Her score for Ruin Me was nominated for Best Original Score at the inaugural Women in Horror Film Festival. Holly’s other current projects include the inspiring biopic, Butterfly in the Typewriter, with director David DuBos and the psychological thriller, Open 24 Hours – once again teaming up with director Padraig Reynolds.
Holly was a finalist in the Turner Classic Movies National Young Film Composers Competition twice and won the Gold Remi Award for her music for the film, Wraith, at the Worldfest International Film Festival. Holly attended the University of Southern California’s Scoring for Motion Pictures and Television program. She was selected as a participant for the 2014 ASCAP Film Scoring Workshop and for the 2018 Film Conducting Intensive in Los Angeles held at Warner Bros. Studios.