Music/Story/creative

About

My name is Jessy Ribordy and I'm a musician, composer and writer. I work as a contract composer for Aika Music and freelance for film, series, documentaries, or any other types of projects that enjoy my style. 

Every night after our little ones are asleep and my wife and I have finished our nightly show, I open my laptop in the late hours of the night and ebb away at screenplays and stories. During the day I work on composing and songwriting. 

I bought my parent's old house in the town I grew up in because I find comfort in small towns and quiet life. The Pacific Northwest is home. It's where my imagination thrives, where forests grow lush and green, and where oceans swallow the hustle and bustle of day to day life. 

It's where I love to create. 

Thanks for visiting! 

Jessy

Work

Music

Bands

Gloomcatcher

Acoustic/Ambient

Falling Up

Post Rock/Indie

The River Empires

Bluegrass/cinematic

Writing

Calypsan

one hour drama/mystery series

A crew of astronauts explore a distant planet where they find mysterious connections to a summer camp they attended as children.

Secret Place

Children's Picture Board Book ages 0-6

A cast of critters make haste to their hidden homes when forces of nature approach.

Survived By

Half Hour animated Comedy

After the death of his mother and brother, ten-year-old Bobo develops stress induced narcolepsy in which his stuffed dolly comes alive in the netherworld.

Contact

 Management

Blair Silver & Company

Email: Silver.Blair@gmail.com

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  • Andy

    Andy Kansas City

    Jessy, I haven't ever sent a message to an artist before, but because of your music I am now. The message I have is "Thank You". Thanks for your music, thanks for your perseverance in a tough music industry, and thanks for all your creativity. Keep doing what you're doing. You've got a life long listener. Andy

    Jessy,

    I haven't ever sent a message to an artist before, but because of your music I am now. The message I have is "Thank You". Thanks for your music, thanks for your perseverance in a tough music industry, and thanks for all your creativity. Keep doing what you're doing. You've got a life long listener.

    Andy

  • josh gross

    josh gross quakertown, PA

    Thanks for making great music, got dawn escapes when I was 15, still one of my all time favorite bands

    Thanks for making great music, got dawn escapes when I was 15, still one of my all time favorite bands

  • Josiah Williams

    Josiah Williams Rocklin, CA

    I remember when my mom first brought me home a Falling Up album (Captiva) from Best Buy. I quickly labeled Falling Up as my "new favorite band" and told all my elementary-school friends about my discovery. Somewhere down the road from there, all of my Falling Up albums were lost in my parents' closet and my memory of them slowly vanished. Fast forward about six years to when I was a Sophomore in high school and suddenly rediscovered my lost copy of Captiva still buried inside my parents' closet. From then on, Falling Up reclaimed their spot as my favorite band and remains so to this day. It's so crazy to see how the band seemed to grow up and mature in their music right along with my own personal growth throughout junior high and high school. I love every album, but the self-titled "Falling Up" has to be my favorite album, not just by Falling Up, but of all time! Love your work, Jessy! You've been a huge inspiration in my life and I can't wait to see what you produce next.

    I remember when my mom first brought me home a Falling Up album (Captiva) from Best Buy. I quickly labeled Falling Up as my "new favorite band" and told all my elementary-school friends about my discovery. Somewhere down the road from there, all of my Falling Up albums were lost in my parents' closet and my memory of them slowly vanished. Fast forward about six years to when I was a Sophomore in high school and suddenly rediscovered my lost copy of Captiva still buried inside my parents' closet. From then on, Falling Up reclaimed their spot as my favorite band and remains so to this day. It's so crazy to see how the band seemed to grow up and mature in their music right along with my own personal growth throughout junior high and high school. I love every album, but the self-titled "Falling Up" has to be my favorite album, not just by Falling Up, but of all time! Love your work, Jessy! You've been a huge inspiration in my life and I can't wait to see what you produce next.

  • Stephanie Rosalyn

    Stephanie Rosalyn Michigan, USA

    I appreciate and support everything you create. I cannot wait to see what you do in the future.

    I appreciate and support everything you create. I cannot wait to see what you do in the future.

  • William McAngus

    William McAngus Victoria, TX

    Ive been a fan of falling up since junior high and love everything you guys have put out and your solo projects too. Very creative and differrent and full of Godly mysteries about being reborn and set free, was definitely my main jam when I was seeking His freedom and rebirth. Keep up the good work and never compromise on who you are, its worth it!

    Ive been a fan of falling up since junior high and love everything you guys have put out and your solo projects too. Very creative and differrent and full of Godly mysteries about being reborn and set free, was definitely my main jam when I was seeking His freedom and rebirth. Keep up the good work and never compromise on who you are, its worth it!

  • Jake Williams

    Jake Williams Springfield, MO

    I randomly stumbled across your page today while looking up stuff about Falling Up. I dug through some of my old CD's at my parents house and found the Crashings album I used to listen to all the time back when it came out. I think I was in 8th grade when it came out in 04. Its been several years since I'd heard it, but I popped it into my car CD player today and listened to it on the way to work (5th year as a HS Teacher). I've been playing it in class today. It still sounds great and takes me back to that time in my life. Glad to see your still making music.

    I randomly stumbled across your page today while looking up stuff about Falling Up. I dug through some of my old CD's at my parents house and found the Crashings album I used to listen to all the time back when it came out. I think I was in 8th grade when it came out in 04. Its been several years since I'd heard it, but I popped it into my car CD player today and listened to it on the way to work (5th year as a HS Teacher). I've been playing it in class today. It still sounds great and takes me back to that time in my life. Glad to see your still making music.

  • jones bens

    jones bens NEW YORK

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  • RJ (a.k.a. Liberty Hoffman)

    RJ (a.k.a. Liberty Hoffman)

    I've been a huge Falling Up fan ever since I heard "Bittersweet" on a BEC Records sample CD. Your music, both with Falling Up and besides, has inspired me and continues to inspire me. One day I plan on hiring you to soundtrack the movies I want to make.

    I've been a huge Falling Up fan ever since I heard "Bittersweet" on a BEC Records sample CD. Your music, both with Falling Up and besides, has inspired me and continues to inspire me. One day I plan on hiring you to soundtrack the movies I want to make.

  • John Sojka

    John Sojka Albany, Western Australia

    Been a keen follower of Falling up and your other unique music for a number of years. Its been interesting to see the changes in style and complexity over the years. I love the music though I must say I am at a loss to understand some of the lyrics. While its hard to pick a favourite track I love the song Nova from Caverns as an incredible masterpiece. As a musician I would really appreciate some technical information of what programs and gear you use, especially the harp like music box sounds on the last falling up album. God bless.

    Been a keen follower of Falling up and your other unique music for a number of years. Its been interesting to see the changes in style and complexity over the years. I love the music though I must say I am at a loss to understand some of the lyrics. While its hard to pick a favourite track I love the song Nova from Caverns as an incredible masterpiece. As a musician I would really appreciate some technical information of what programs and gear you use, especially the harp like music box sounds on the last falling up album. God
    bless.

  • Stephani Gurczynski

    Stephani Gurczynski Medford, OR

    Hi Jessy. :) I randomly stumbled across your wife's photography website and thought "hmmm Ribordy?" and lo and behold found a link to your site. Ben and I were just chatting and wondering how you were doing. Oh the joy and wonder of the interwebs, so good to see you're doing well and you have a beautiful family! Maybe we'll luck out and bump into you sometime while we're home visiting. I'll bet someone I know would love to hit the trails with you. Blessings! -Steph and Ben

    Hi Jessy. smile I randomly stumbled across your wife's photography website and thought "hmmm Ribordy?" and lo and behold found a link to your site. Ben and I were just chatting and wondering how you were doing. Oh the joy and wonder of the interwebs, so good to see you're doing well and you have a beautiful family! Maybe we'll luck out and bump into you sometime while we're home visiting. I'll bet someone I know would love to hit the trails with you. Blessings! -Steph and Ben

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