Tyler Strickland is a film composer and songwriter based in Los Angeles. In 2010, he put aside a six-year-long touring and performing career as a guitarist to embark on his newfound path as a composer for film and TV. Tyler's scores have since accompanied acclaimed documentary films such as The Genius of Marian (Tribeca Film Festival 2013), Tough Love (Full Frame Documentary Film Festival 2014), Emmy-Winning series from NPR in 2014, Planet Money Makes A T-Shirt, and more. Tyler attended the Sundance Film Festival of 2015 in support of Fresh Dressed - star-studded, CNN-produced documentary about the history of urban fashion. He will be in attendance at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival in support of The Many Sad Fates of Mr. Toledano, a film directed by Joshua Seftel (War, Inc.) about the brilliant artist, Phillip Toledano. He will also attend the 2015 Full Frame Documentary Film Festival in support of his latest accomplishment about a coal-mining town in West Virginia titled, Overburden. Currently in production is Three Days To See, a documentary about a legally-blind young woman with acute autism and who finds acceptance through a unique community in rural Maine. The film is executive produced by Kevin Bright, the mind behind the hit TV show, Friends. Tyler's scores have been heard at the most prestigious film festivals worldwide. His compositions have often been preformed by orchestras, and his films mixed with Oscar-winning engineers at the Skywalker Ranch. His music can be found in Clio, Webby, and Addy award-winning commercial campaigns for Google, YouTube, HBO, Burberry, and Lenovo. His greatest ambition in life is to continue to create engaging music to propel beautiful storytelling. Currently, Tyler is developing instrumental albums, Musique Des Branches & Lydian Crowhawk, scoring several feature-length documentary and narrative films throughout 2015, as well as co-writing with other recording artists.