Composer Amanda Jones on scoring films

Her interview at the SUPERSONIC presser at the 15th annual Behind-the-Music panel at Comic-Con '23

Amanda Jones is an Emmy Nominated Composer whose original music can be heard on the episode “Maine” from Apple TV+’s documentary series Home for which she received her first Emmy Nomination for Outstanding Music Composition For A Documentary Series or Special (Original Dramatic Score). Jones has the distinction of being the first African American female to be nominated in the Primetime Emmy score category.

Jones’ television credits also include HBO’s Duplass Bros. comedy Somebody Somewhere, CW’s series Naomi, the Ba’al Episode of Ryan Murphy’s American Horror Stories on FX, Nat Geo’s series, Nat Geo Presents Impact with Gal Gadot, Freeform’s Good Trouble, HBO Max’s Adventure Time Distant Lands: Obsidian and Together Again, OWN’s anthology series Cherish the Day, produced by Ava DuVernay, Showtime’s Twenties, produced by Lena Waithe, HBO’s A Black Lady Sketch Show, produced by Robin Thede and Issa Rae, Adult Swim comedy series Beef House, for which she wrote the main title theme and the upcoming Nat Geo / Disney + Docu-series Supernatural Planet and HBO Max & Sony Pictures Animation’s upcoming series, Young Love.

Alex A. Kecskes has written hundreds of film reviews and celebrity interviews for a wide variety of online and print outlets. He has covered red carpet premieres and Comic-Con events for major films and independent releases.