Jérémie De Witte is a Belgian film music composer from Brussels. As a teenager, he played drums in a rock band called Bob Doug. Later he discovered the piano.
He studied contemporary and electronic music. He enjoys mixing both genres together to create electroacoustic soundscapes. He usually works with small ensembles of instruments and synths. His main interest in screen music is to find a sound texture that completes the image and brings a deeper immersion/dimension. He has a particular interest in thriller and science-fiction movies.
In April 2019 he released his first album called evasio for piano solo. He has also worked on short movies e.g. Euplea (by Jade Madoe), Erpa-Mere (by Noemi Osselaer), animation, commercials, and video games.
He learned composition at the Royal Conservatory of Liège and electronic music at the S.A.E (Brussels Institute). In 2018 he became a part of the InMICS programme (International Master in Music for Screen) where he studied film music at the Royal Conservatory of Ghent and video game music at the University of Montreal.