Biography

BAFTA award winning composer Garry Schyman is a rare artist who can claim the trifecta of success – Popular, Critical, and Artistic. His music can be heard in feature films, prime time television series, mini-series, movies for television, documentaries and interactive media and even hit pop songs on Youtube. Renowned for his unique and sometimes complex original scores for the multi award-winning video games BioShock, BioShock 2, BioShock Infinite; the dramatic orchestral score for EA Games’ adaptation of Dante Alighieri’s epic poem, Dante’s Inferno; and his BAFTA nominated scores for Middle-Earth: Shadow Of Mordor and Middle-Earth: Shadow Of War. Schyman has emerged as one of the industry’s foremost composers, receiving top honors for Best Original Score from the British Academy Of Film & Television and the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences.

Schyman started his musical career after graduating from University of Southern California and private studies with renowned composer George Tremblay.

Schyman has conducted and recorded his music at Abbey Road Studios in London, Sony Pictures Studios, Warner Brothers Eastwood Scoring Stage and Fox Studio’s famed Newman Scoring Stage in Los Angeles. His music is performed in concert by orchestras worldwide.