Edward Rogers is an Emmy-nominated composer for film, television and other media. He recently co-composed the score for the critically acclaimed Netflix series “Bloodline” with frequent collaborator Tony Morales. Rogers’ television credits also include the SyFy hit series “Warehouse 13” and “Alphas”. In 2010 he was nominated for an Emmy for the “Warehouse 13” Main Title theme music.
His feature film works include “Sundown” (2016), “The Bag Man” featuring Robert De Niro and John Cusack, and “Hide Away” starring Josh Lucas.
For six years Rogers brought the gritty streets of New York to life with his underscore for the award-winning series “NYPD Blue” (ABC), and he continued his collaboration with producer Steven Bochco on the acclaimed series “Over There” (FX). In 2008, he composed the score for the feature film “Amar a Morir”, which won awards at both the Santa Barbara Film Festival and the Guadalajara Film Festival and was one of the top-grossing films in Mexico in 2009.
On the pop/rock side, Rogers has worked extensively with Yahoo! Music, re-mixing tracks for The Fratellis and Albert Hammond Jr. among others and has worked with guitarist Eddie Van Halen and Louisiana bluesman Sonny Landreth as a programmer and engineer. He has composed the music for several national ads, including Doritos, Comcast, AT&T and Walgreens, as well as the underscore for the iWin video game “Battleship.”