Nathan Halpern, a self-taught composer and singer/songwriter from New York City, recently scored ALL THE PRESIDENT’S MEN REVISITED (Discovery Channel) from Executive Producer Robert Redford, as well as MAKERS: THE WOMEN WHO MAKE AMERICA (PBS), narrated by Meryl Streep. Halpern made his film scoring debut in 2011 with RENEE (ESPN Films / 30 for 30), whose musical score was lauded as “a hauntingly poetic score” by The Examiner. His next film, MARINA ABRAMOVIC: THE ARTIST IS PRESENT (HBO Films), premiered at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival and was nominated for the Independent Spirit Award. Halpern was commissioned to score the documentary AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL: 50 YEARS (2011), and has composed the music for a roster of shorts as well as commercial spots for Sony, Kodak, Neiman Marcus, and The New York Times. Halpern spent his early music career touring the USA and Europe with his art-punk band The Flesh and is currently recording his debut solo album.