Filmmaker, producer, writer, and musician, Richard Rosing
was born in Hollywood, California where he grew up around the film industry. He
began working with a camera at the age of ten.
He is an alumni of
Hollywood High School and the University of Southern California where
he majored in Music Composition. He worked as a musical director and
composer for live theater, and has written, produced and recorded many
albums and film soundtracks. His songs have won numerous awards, including
Grand Prizes in SongSearch and the American Song Festival. Richard became a voting member of the National Academy of Recording
Arts & Sciences in 1987.
Richard has traveled
the world in the course of his creative work, visiting 55 countries. Since
1992 he has lived in Nashville, Tennessee where he works as a top executive at a leading television/film sound
In 1999 Richard began
producing historical documentary films. His film, "Finding
Dzhulynka" was an Official Selection at the Rhode Island
International Film Festival in 2004. His documentary on the life and work of songwriter Jack
Segal ("Music Made
of Laughter") was
profiled in Time Magazine.
He is currently at work
on a documentary film about Utah pioneer, suffragette and stateswoman Emmeline B.
Wells, who also is his great-great-great grandmother.