Blake Neely

Blake Neely is an award-winning composer whose most recent projects include the CW’s mega-hit series “The Flash” and “Arrow.” Other recent projects include CBS’s “The Mentalist” and HBO’s documentary mini-series “The Sixties.” He is also set to compose the CW’s highly anticipated upcoming series, “Supergirl,” NBC’s upcoming series “Blindspot,” as well as the next installation in HBO’s historical mini-series, “The Seventies.”

Blake has received multiple Emmy Award nominations – one in 2012 for his score to ABC’s “Pan Am,” his second in 2010 for his score to the acclaimed HBO mini-series “The Pacific,” and a third in 2003 for his main title theme for the series “Everwood.” He also won the 2011 BSO Gold Spirit Award for Best Theme for “The Pacific.”

His feature film credits include the critically-acclaimed HBO documentary, “The Case Against 8,” “The Wedding Date,” “Elvis & Anabelle,” and “First Daughter.” He has also composed additional music for such films as “King Kong,” “Something’s Gotta Give,” “The Last Samurai,” “The Island,” and the “Pirates of the Caribbean” trilogy.

Neely has worked as a co-composer, conductor, and orchestrator with such masters as Michael Kamen, Hans Zimmer, James Newton Howard, and Vangelis. He has been a featured lecturer on film music technology at the Sundance Institute, USC, Columbia College, UCLA and Hollywood Music Workshop Vienna.