Haim Mazar is the creative force behind a wide array of musical projects including film scores, TV shows, commercials and live stage productions. The LA based film composer and music producer has made a name for himself in recent years for his unique approach to musical storytelling and eclectic work resume. Growing up in Israel to parents of Iraqi and Polish descent, Haim brings this cultural fusion to his music, spanning almost every genre from classical to jazz and hip hop.
His film score credits include the biopic thriller ‘The Iceman’ – starring Michael Shannon, Winona Ryder, Chris Evans, Ray Liota and James Franco, Adam Robitel’s critically acclaimed indie horror ‘The Taking of Deborah Logan,’ and action thriller ‘I Am Wrath’ – starring John Travolta and Christopher Meloni.
Television credits include the Netlix Original comedy series ‘Sneakerheads’ from writer-creator Jay Longino and producer Will Gluck as well as MTV’s ‘Teen Mom,’ and the hit reality show ‘Chrisley Knows Best.’
Haim also arranged, produced and orchestrated multiple stage shows for Disney Imagineering Parks division, including ‘Moana: A Homecoming Celebration’ for Hong Kong Disneyland and a unique fireworks show which projected on all six Disney park castles around the world during a live ABC broadcast.
Since his arrival to Los Angeles in 2008, Haim also composed the score for ‘On The Inside’ – starring Olivia Wilde and Nick Stahl, and scored two animated films, ‘Barbie: Spy Squad’ and ‘Team Hot Wheels,’ alongside composer/singer-songwriter Gabriel Mann with whom he collaborated on both scores. Other film credits include score production for Sony’s ‘Legion’ – starring Paul Bettany and Dennis Quaid, ‘The Roommate’ – starring Leighton Meester and Minka Kelly, and ‘The Loft’ – starring Karl Urban and James Mardsen.
In addition to his film scoring work, Haim is a sought after professor at the prestigious Berklee College of Music, where he enjoys teaching film scoring classes from his Los Angeles Studio.