Guided by her passion of storytelling and visual art, Mandy Hoffman found her musical niche in composing to picture. She is known for her broad stylistic range, unique voice, and thoughtfully nuanced scores that strongly support both story and vision.
Her work on films, series, documentaries, commercials, and art installations have appeared in theaters, networks, top film festivals and prestigious art galleries all over the world. Recently, concert music was added to her repertoire, with live orchestral events held at Lincoln Center in New York and The Wilshire Theater in Los Angeles.
Her scores for The Lovers (A24) and Hala (Overbrook/Apple TV+) received ample praise from top film critics. Her music appears on countless TV shows, including underscoring Joey Soloway’s I Love Dick (Amazon), Doll & Em (HBO), and the Anna Kendrick-led Dummy (Roku). The psychological feature thriller Shapeless premiered at The TriBeCa Fest 2021.
Hoffman is an active member of the music and filmmaking communities, often sitting on panels and leading workshops. She is an adjunct professor at NYU’s Screen Scoring program, and she guest lectures at The New School, Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema, and Sound Thinking. She is a member of The Academy of Motion Pictures and is a board member at the Alliance for Women Film Composers. She currently resides in New York City.