Joeri de Graaf is a composer and musician. He has written music for several long and short feature films and documentaries. He has also composed for television, theatre, radio and podcasts. As a musician, he is active on national and international stages, in the theatre and with jazz and world music ensembles. Joeri is the regular composer of filmmaker Eva M.C. Zanen. With her he worked on the films Bears Love Me (Topkapi), How It Came That The Ramenlapper Got Afraid Of Heights (PRPL), The Delightful Awkwardness Of A Very First Time (the Rogues) and Sjaaks Wife Is Dead So He Must Say Something (OAK Motion). He also worked with directors Lucas Camps, Iván López Núñez, Rosa Boesten, Daan Bol and Daniel Robles. As a musician and composer, he was associated with the theatre group Flint for many years, with whom he made more than 15 music theatre productions. Together with Max Sombroek he runs Nineyards Audio, a music and sound studio in Amsterdam.