Sherri Chung is a film and television composer, singer/songwriter, and a classically trained pianist originally from New York.
She holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Composition and Theory from Jacksonville University and a Graduate Certificate from The University of Southern California’s prestigious graduate film scoring program.
A composing career that started at an early age, Sherri has released two self-produced albums of original songs, composed for theatrical performances and scored a number of award-winning short and feature narrative films and documentaries. A regular performer and recording artist, Sherri has been a vocal soloist on commercials, video games, films, t.v. shows and trailers, and she currently sings on the score of NBC’s “Blindspot” and CW’s “Arrow”.
Sherri has worked with some of the industry’s most successful composers including Randy Newman, Brian Tyler, and Blake Neely. In addition to working on “Toy Story 3”, “The Princess and the Frog”, “Ted” and “Ted 2”, Sherri’s orchestration credits include the film “The Haunting in Connecticut” and her ongoing work with composer Walter Murphy on the popular TV shows “Family Guy” and “American Dad!”. Writing credits include scoring the animated short “Multiply”, which won a Student Academy Award, and additional music to TV’s “Let’s Make a Deal”. Currently, Sherri composes additional music for CBS’s “Supergirl” and NBC’s “Blindspot”.
- 2012 – Family Guy TV Series (orchestrator – 3 episodes)
- 2012 – The Cleveland Show TV Series (orchestrator – 6 episodes)
- 2009 – American Dad! TV Series (orchestrator – 1 episode)