Rocker-turned-engineer, Jason LaRocca, is formerly known as the singer/guitarist of acclaimed punk band, The Briggs. By the age of eighteen, the Los Angeles native had also become a full-fledged producer and recording engineer.

Having worked with the gamut of movie studios, he has recorded and mixed music for such major motion pictures as “Paddington,” “The Accountant,” “Snowden, ”Blockers,” “Joy”, “Geostorm” and the 2018 Oscar-winning documentary “Icarus.” In his true multi-faceted style, Jason not only engineers scores, but often produces them as well — creating sound design and instrumentation.

Jason has also had his hand in a great deal of television and video game score recording and mixing. He recently wrapped the 7th and final season of ABC’s hit fantasy series, “Once Upon A Time.” His TV credits include “Black Mirror,” “Electric Dreams,” “Dangerous Book for Boys,” “Handmaids Tale,” “American Crime,” and “American Gods.” His plate is full with the addition of several new shows, including Marvel’s “Cloak & Dagger”, CW’s “Dynasty” and Netflix hit, “A Series of Unfortunate Events.” In 2018, Jason also mixed the music for the smash-hit video game “Fortnite.”

Jason’s upcoming feature films include horror/comedy “Slaughterhouse Rulez,” horror/thriller “Ma,” DC Comics’ “Aquaman”, “Godzilla: King of Monsters” and Marvel’s “Morbius.”

For a full list of credits, visit IMDB