Nov 25, 2019
Film has been a huge part of Kristopher Gee‘s life from his earliest days, when he fell in love with “Fantasia” and “Star Wars” as a kid growing up in Vancouver. He’s gone on to make it his career, working as a composer, editor and documentarian. Kris talks about getting his start as an extra on movies like “Shoot to Kill,” early influences like Jim Henson (and the creepy puppet he’d bring to school) and how he composes film scores and creates sound design. His varied work ranges from helping write the music for the TV series “My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic” to collaborating with Oscar-winning “Bohemian Rhapsody” editor John Ottman. These days, he brings all those talents and experiences to his current job as a reporter for Spectrum News 1. This A La Carte chat was a lot of fun — plus, he brought pastries! Listen and enjoy.