Alexander Wong





I am so happy to share that our show "Green Door" was just nominated for 3 major awards for the 2019 Golden Bell Awards, Taiwan's equivalent to the Emmy Awards! The nominations are for "Best Miniseries", "Best Leading Actress in a Miniseries" (an amazing performance by Hsieh Ying-Hsuan), and "Best Sound" (Which includes the Music and Sound Design). Very honored and thankful to have worked with such an amazing team to bring the music for the show to life!


Check out this Behind the Scenes look at how we created the score for “Green Door!”
Turn on Closed Captions for English subtitles.

The Original Television Soundtrack for “Green Door” is now available on most major streaming platforms! Physical album CD available in Taiwan only.

Alex just recently finished scoring a new Netflix drama miniseries, “Green Door”! The show is now available on Netflix worldwide. Don’t miss it!


View the Official Trailer for “Green Door” here!

The Official Music Video for the Ending Theme Song “Haunting Me”





Alexander Wong actively composes for film, television, and multimedia with projects spanning San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, Taipei, Beijing and Shanghai. His music is featured in short films (animation and live action), advertisements (products and services), promotional marketing videos, and a variety of web content. He also has several works in progress for choir and live orchestra, and his music has been performed in concert as well. 

Recently, Alex just completed work composing the score for a new Taiwanese drama series: “Green Door”, starring famous Taiwanese singer Jam Hsiao. Jam Hsiao also sings the End Credits song that Alex wrote for the series. Alex served as both Lead Composer and Music Supervisor on the project, which aired on Taiwanese television in 2019 and is also available on Netflix globally in over 190 countries. He also composed the score for the short film “Shotgun”, which has recently garnered much acclaim in the film festival circuit. It was nominated for “Best Comedy Short” and “Best Actress in a Short” at the Twin Tiers International Film Festival, and won “Best Production” at the Madrid Film Festival in New Mexico.

Alex studied music theory at The Juilliard School of Music, film scoring at UCLA, and holds a Master of Music in Music Technology from New York University with an emphasis in Scoring for Film and Multimedia. He taught music and audio production, sound design, and film scoring at Taiwan's renowned Shih Hsin University while also managing their on-campus Recording Studio. In addition, Alex teaches private lessons at his personal music studio. Occasionally, Alex holds workshops and seminars on the subjects of Film Music, and Composing Music for Media for aspiring students.