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Ryan Leach is an award winning composer with a focus on writing music that tells a story. Through a wide range of projects across film, TV and video games, his work raises production value and creates an emotional connection that leaves the director’s message resonating with the audience.
He recently scored Fire City: End of Days, directed by Academy Award winning creature designer Tom Woodruff Jr., and Rudy Dobrev’s short film The Emissary, starring Emmy award winning actress Margo Martindale, Law & Order: SVU’s Diane Neel, and edited by Richard Marizy (Academy Award and Golden Globe Award winning film La Vie en Rose).
Ryan earned a degree in Film Scoring from Berklee College of Music and was assistant to veteran composer Michael A. Levine at Hans Zimmer’s Remote Control Productions. In 2010 Ryan won the Maverick Movie Award for Best Original Score for Devils Racecourse. Previous winners include Philip Glass and Radiohead’s Thom Yorke.
Other credits include library placements in Pawn Stars, So You Think You Can Dance, Keeping Up With the Kardashians, and The Colbert Report, score assistance on Bee Movie, The Simpsons Movie, and The Dark Knight, and original music and arrangements for Disney, Rainn Wilson’s SoulPancake, Lowe’s and MTV.
Studying music is a lifelong pursuit and one of the best ways to learn is under the guidance of an interested teacher. I have helped students from all backgrounds develop their composition skills, knowledge of music theory and overall musicianship.
I begin by assessing the students current levels and develop a lesson plan according to their individual interests and needs.
Lessons are $75/hour and can be conducted over Skype or Gmail Video Chat.
If you are interested in lessons, e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (310) 405-1582.
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