Seth Littlefield is a Seattle-based film and TV composer. His music is currently used in over 200 television shows. Seth’s music can be heard in a variety of shows such as The Flash (CW), Today (NBC), NFL Football (CBS), American Pickers (History), Catfish (MTV), VICE (HBO), Dance Moms (Lifetime), New Day (CNN) and the 19th Critics’ Choice Awards (CW), to name a few. His music has appeared in a number of ad campaigns and promo spots including McDonald’s, The United Nations Foundation, Dr. Oz and the 2016 ACL-CIO’s Hillary Clinton endorsement video. Some films and documentaries that have used Seth’s music include: After Words (starring Marcia Gay Harden), Nicki Minaj: My Time Again, The Last Alaskans and The Warrens: A Lake Crescent Mystery (DCS films).
Additionally, he has scored original choreographic works for Peninsula Dance Theater and Whidbey Island Dance Theater. His music can also be heard in the critically acclaimed national PBS series “Shelter Me,” illustrating lives positively impacted by shelter dogs. Seth’s also had the privilege of contributing music to the travel series “Off The Beaten Palate,” written and produced by Emmy Award winning Michael-Ann Rowe.
Seth is a multi-instrumentalist and performer having accompanied a wide range of talented artists such as Joan Rivers, Dave Brubeck, David Sanchez, American Idol finalist Blake Lewis and Tony Award nominee choreographer Donald Byrd.
Seth holds a Bachelor of Music degree in percussion performance from Central Washington University and spent time in Cuba studying Afro-Cuban rhythms.