Andrew Poole Todd is an award-winning composer, sound designer and violinist working in film, television, games, and concert music. One of ASCAP's "Composers to Watch" in 2011, Andrew has scored films such as House of Last Things, Blind Pass, and Deadly Revisions, which received two festival nominations for Best Score. In addition to film scoring, Andrew has created custom music and sound design for commercial clients such as Intel, Tanqueray, DeMarini and others. Andrew recently completed the score and additional sound design for Fabricated, which was nominated for Best Sound Design at the International Music and Sound Awards.
Recipient of the Asia America Symphony Orchestra Young Composers Award and the John Kenneth Cole Composition Prize, Andrew's music has been performed by the Olympia Symphony, Portland Columbia Symphony, Willamette Falls Symphony, Oregon Pro Arte Symphony, Asia America Symphony Orchestra, Tualatin Valley Symphony, and the Starlight Symphony. In addition to composing, Andrew is an accomplished violinist and often performs on his own recordings. He is currently concertmaster with the Tualatin Valley Symphony.