Hey there! I'm Eduardo Ponsdomenech

Location: Los Angeles, CA
Experience: 22 years
Title/Headline: Music Editor and Producer at Pons Media / Ed Pons Music, Inc.
Known for: The War With Grandpa, SWAT, Gossip Girl, Scorpion, Timeless, Daybreak, The Fugitive
Minimum time: 10 minutes

About Me

Eduardo Ponsdomenech is an award-winning music editor and producer. He is currently working on S.W.A.T (CBS) and received a Golden Reel nomination for his work on Netflix's Daybreak. His latest film project is "The War With Grandpa" with composer Aaron Zigman and starring Robert DeNiro and Christopher Walken. Eduardo has produced and edited music for numerous broadcast and streaming series, including The Fugitive, Timeless, Scorpion, Gossip Girl, and Mad Dogs. Other credits include an Emmy nomination and Golden Reel Award for True Blood. His work in feature films include Akeelah And the Bee and the award-winning HBO film The Normal Heart, directed by Ryan Murphy. Eduardo has also served as Executive Producer on the web series Get Busy and has directed commercials for the web. He has composed music for film, TV, podcasts, and theater. Eduardo has lectured at AFI, Cal State Fullerton, and U.M. and is a proud member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Motion Picture Editors Guild, Motion Picture Sound Editors society, and BMI. He holds a Master of Music degree from the University of Miami and a B.A. in Theater Studies from Yale University.

  • Music Editing
  • Music
  • Film Composing
  • Composition
  • Film Scoring

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