Patricia Lee Stotter

Two-time Emmy Award winner Patricia Lee Stotter composes and writes for film, theatre and television. From SESAME STREET to HBO/PBS documentary films, from independent features to plays and musicals, Stotter is all about the right voice at the right time.

Her engagement in veteran issues shows in the films she has both produced and composed music for (and which have been screened on the Hill). Awards: Emmy Awards (two wins, five nominations); American Cine Eagle; Apple Award; Shining Service World Wide Award; Silver Star Award from the Volunteers of America.

The book mentioned in the interview is Apeirogon: A Novel.

SHARE
Previous articleBishakh Som
Next articleErik Beehn

Leave a Reply to Feels Cancel reply

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

2 COMMENTS

  1. […] Patricia Lee Stotter spoke to us in late August from Pennsylvania. The news that day was of the bombing at Kabul Airport, news that shook Stotter like it did all of us. In terms of her current work – Stotter is an Emmy Award-winning composer and writer for film and television – she is currently working on a project called Dog Walk Home. The work, which she will compose music for, deals with the stories of veterans who come home with severe PTSD and turn to therapy dogs as a way to begin healing. Stotter recalled the first project she composed for after 9/11, a documentary titled From the Ashes which artists who lived in lower Manhattan at the time of the attack. It is work, she says, that helps her and many artists like her cope when terrible things happen. To hear more of our conversation with Patricia Lee Stotter, listen to the complete interview. […]

  2. […] Patricia Lee Stotter spoke to us in late August from Pennsylvania. The news that day was of the bombing at Kabul Airport, news that shook Stotter like it did all of us. In terms of her current work – Stotter is an Emmy Award-winning composer and writer for film and television – she is currently working on a project called Dog Walk Home. The work, which she will compose music for, deals with the stories of veterans who come home with severe PTSD and turn to therapy dogs as a way to begin healing. Stotter recalled the first project she composed for after 9/11, a documentary titled From the Ashes which artists who lived in lower Manhattan at the time of the attack. It is work, she says, that helps her and many artists like her cope when terrible things happen. To hear more of our conversation with Patricia Lee Stotter, listen to the complete interview. […]