Likes: Nature, forests, animations, movies, colors, dreams, friendship, dolphins, wine, zip lining, surf, volleyball
Dislikes: Cilantro, selfish people
Favorite Food: Dolma, manti (both Turkish), aglio olio peperoncino (Italian pasta)
Favorite Quote: “If you will stay close to nature, to its simplicity, to the small things hardly noticeable, those things can unexpectedly become great and immeasurable.” – Rainer Maria Rilke
Ece Muniroglu is a Los Angeles based film composer and pianist with a BM in Contemporary Writing and Production (Berklee College of Music), and BA in Architecture (Istanbul Technical University). She landed her first feature film, a thriller called “A Deadly View”, shortly after her graduation from Berklee.
“Each time I discover something new, I realize there are more things to discover.” Ece’s journey with music began at the age of seven, when her family resided in Italy, and she grew up playing classical piano. Owing to her father’s work, much of Ece’s childhood was spent moving from place to place-this has given her a wealth of experiences that continually affect her music and art designs. Just as the human experience is an ongoing one, Ece believes the same of learning.