Jermaine Stegall is a composer of film and television music currently participating in the inaugural 2018-2019 Universal / Dreamworks Film Music Diversity Initiative working closely with the film music teams of Universal Pictures, Focus Features, and Dreamworks Animation. In 2016, he was selected as a Sundance Composer Lab Fellow held at Skywalker Ranch. In addition to the recently completed Lucasfilm / Disney streaming series “Our Star Wars Stories”, Jermaine has also written original and additional film and television music for such studios as Disney Channel, Warner Brothers, Lionsgate, The Weinstein Company, Fox Digital Studio, NBC Universal Television, CW Television, The SyFy Channel, and A&E Television.
Stegall also scored Disney Junior’s animated “Amigo to the Rescue (Appisode)” that received the 2017 Emmy nomination for Outstanding Original Interactive Program. This was followed by a recent invitation to join the Emmys Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Some of Jermaine’s most notable additional music in the realm of animation can be heard in Batman: Under The Red Hood (Warner Bros. Animation) and Seasons 1 & 2 of the Netflix Original animated series Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters (Hasbro Animation Studios).
Jermaine has also scored over 20 feature films, many of which have been released theatrically, and digitally worldwide including the theatrical release of Jamesy Boy (2014) directed by Oscar-nominated Trevor White, and the teen comedy Mono (2016) directed by Jarrett Lee Conway for Fox Digital Studios. Most recently, Jermaine provided additional music scoring for the upcoming holiday Netflix Original movie The Christmas Chronicles produced by Chris Columbus (the first three Harry Potter movies, Home Alone, The Goonies, Mrs. Doubtfire, and Gremlis). Coming up, Jermaine will be scoring the newly anticipated Sci-Fi feature Proximity from Emmy-winning director Eric Demeusy due in 2019.
Jermaine received his master’s degree in Music Composition from the University of North Texas, and later earned the prestigious Scoring for Motion Pictures and Television program at USC, and completed the BMI conducting workshop held in Los Angeles, CA.