Found cooking up spicy scores in his Los Angeles studio, Bryan Barcinas aspires to tell compelling stories through music and sound.
After being completely enamored by music in film and games in his youth, Bryan began tinkering with musical instruments at an early age and developed an affinity towards storytelling. Following shortly after, Bryan enrolled in California State University, Northridge, where he is currently finishing up his Bachelor's by 2017. There, he was awarded with multiple scholarships for his compositional abilities, and has already scored award-winning works that have premiered in North America, Asia, and Australia and have garnered over 750,000 views on Youtube and Vimeo.
Having studied under the tutelage of industry professionals like conductor Elizabeth Sellers, and orchestrators Neal Desby (Guardians of the Galaxy) and Benoit Grey (Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood), Bryan has garnered a plethora of experience producing for a variety of genres and media outlets. He has also worked with Igloo Music Studios in Burbank, a studio known for mixing movies like Guardians of the Galaxy.
Recently, Bryan has earned a coveted spot in the 2017 Society of Composers and Lyricists' Mentor program where he will be trained by seasoned industry professionals. When he's not writing, Bryan likes to galavant in the woods, listen to action scores in the gym, and fantasize about the amazing stories he can help tell. Dedicated and focused, Bryan is a unique composer that focuses on the visceral, emotional landscape of music that is then sculpted with the knowledge of his craft. His true dream is to be able to tell compelling stories through his music and to inspire and help people from all over the world.