'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'
"This was a dream job: I got to work with Joss and Jed Whedon, and in the Marvel universe. The first question I asked, naturally, was how would this tie in musically with the films. When you think about it, there's no real singular theme that you associate with the films that orbit around The Avengers. Which was a good thing, because if we'd quoted music from the Captain America or Thor movies, it would probably take away from the fact that the show is really about the people who work around superheroes, not the superheroes themselves. But I still got to work with a huge orchestra; if a television show can get 20 to 25 players, you break out the champagne. I've been able to use 55 to 100 players, so I feel like a kid in a candy store. I essentially get to use scores that are on the scale of the movies but not subject to the popcorn challenge of relying on huge, mind-blowing special effects. You have to generate tension through the storytelling and the music. It's really fun."