Shawn Clement

Eskow, Gary
September 2006
Mix;Sep2006, Vol. 30 Issue 9, p67
The article features Shawn Clement the composer. The author states that music was all that he cared for, as a child. He then joined some music groups, and later he was on to music videos. With his persistence, and talent, he got some great assignments for movies like 'Buffy the Vampire slayer.' He also composes music for video games. He concludes by stating that he is working on several projects and he loves this business.


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