Likes: Bubble wrap
Dislikes: Doors that don’t quite close all the way
Favorite Food: Pad Thai
“The secret to happiness is: Find something more important than you are and dedicate your life to it.”- Daniel Dennett
Nathan Engelmann is a composer for film and multimedia with an eclectic musical background. Playing a variety of genres in a number of ensembles, he eventually worked as the keyboardist for reggae legend Norma Fraser in 2011. Nathan attended the University of Oregon, where he received his BM in classical composition. While at Oregon, he composed for a variety of musical groups, including the grammy award-winning vocal ensemble Roomful of Teeth. Along with his concert pieces, Nathan scored numerous films during his undergraduate degree, and had the opportunity to present film scores at the Undergraduate Research Symposium and the Oregon Bach Festival. Since then, Nathan has composed for radio, video, trailers, and award-winning shorts and feature films. He currently attends the world-renowned Screen Scoring Master’s program at USC.