Don DiNicola is a composer, music supervisor and director. He has worked on the Emmy award winning shows; “Suicide Bombers/Cult Of Death” – DISCOVERY, “The Art Of Failure; Chuck Connelly Not For Sale – HBO” (both as Music Supervisor) and most recently the Emmy Award Winning “Baring It All” (as composer). He has written and produced music for HISTORY, PBS, A&E, TLC, DISCOVERY, CNBC, STYLE, SUNDANCE and HBO networks.
Don also produces and directs original media content. His feature directorial debut, “Nowhere Now; The Ballad Of Joshua Tree” enjoyed a vibrant life on the international film festival circuit before being picked up by PBS affiliate KCET in Los Angeles. His mixed-media short film, “Karma Cats; The Chintamani Stone” spent 2 years screening at film festivals internationally. Most recently his animated short “A RABBIT’S LIFE” IN 2 PARTS received BEST EXPERIMENTAL at the 2015 HUMBOLDT INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL.
In 2011 Don formed Eureka Post Production and has been involved in the supervision of video and audio post production for over 300 hours of broadcast TV programming including over 500 episodes of House Hunters International.
Don is also a founding faculty member at Vermont College Of Fine Arts in the MFA in Music Composition Program.