Jérémie De Witte

Jérémie De Witte is a Belgian film music composer born in 1995 in Brussels. He studied composition at the Royal Conservatory of Liège, electronic music at the S.A.E Brussels Institute and film music at the Royal Conservatory of Ghent (InMICS). He is now making a master’s degree in music for video games at the University of Montreal (inMICS).

As a teenager, he played drums in a rock band. Later he discovered the piano and took classes with Iona Cristina Mihai, and Charly Delbecq.
In April 2019 he released his first album: evasio.  He has worked on short movies e.g. Euplea (by Jade Madoe), Erpa-Mere (by Noemi Osselaer), animations,  and commercials.

About InMICS: InMICS is an amazing experience for those that are interested in film, animations and game music. During my first year in Ghent, I had very interesting projects with filmmakers and animation students. I am now in Montreal and I’m learning how to put music and sounds into a game. We collaborate with students from other schools (UQAC, NAD,…) to make new video games.