Zachary Greer is a New Brunswick based composer for Film, Television, and advertising. While attending St. Thomas University he scored his first feature film Alice in the Attic at age 20. Since graduating, he has gone on to compose music for multiple projects including two theatre productions, The Trickster of Seville and his Stone Guest and No White Picket Fence. In 2018 Zachary received the Excellence in Music Composition award at the Silver Wave Film Festival for the short film The Nashwaak.
Recently, Zachary has scored the documentary series Never Say Die on Bell Fibe 1, The award winning short doc Fighter directed by Meagan Brown and the feature documentary Meet and Eat at Lee's Garden on CBC Gem. You can also hear his music featured in the 2021 documentary series Yukon Harvest on APTN.
Zachary also remains active as a solo artist producing instrumental albums that experiment with different genres and ensemble styles. His most recent release,
The Duel, follows the historical duel between George Street and George Wetmore in 1821, New Brunswick. Working with folk-pop duo "Pallmer" and violinist Ali Johnson, the album plays as a dark, acoustic-folk soundtrack to the historic event. Currently, Zachary is working on his second album Partridge Island, which is also based on New Brunswick history, as well as the Great Famine in Ireland.