Drew Redman

is an award winning composer based in Victoria, BC. With an interest in both acoustic and electronic music, Drew's work has garnered him skills ranging from orchestration to sound design, giving him a varied flexibility in compositional styles.

He received his BFA in music composition from Simon Fraser University in 2011, and his MMus summa cum laude in scoring for film, television, and video games from Berklee College of Music in 2014. Since then, he has worked on various video games, advertisements, and films.

In 2018, as a composer for Echoic Audio in Bristol UK, Drew composed the music to Found Studio's Death of Albine, for which Echoic Audio received several awards for best original score in a short film - including Los Angeles Film Awards, Athens Short Film Festival, and Global Film Festival Awards.

Drew’s latest work can be heard on Brendan Prost’s new short film Bellingham - premiering at the 2019 Rhode Island International Film Festival.