Pablo Croissier is an independent composer and producer, as well as a co-founder of LoudMono, an LA-based music production services agency. A 2017 Jerry Goldsmith Award and 2016 Hollywood in Media Award nominee, his work of late includes the co-writing of an epic Latin-inspired trailer album for Somos, a division of WestOne Music Group. Pablo’s other credits range from commercials for blue chip brands like Toyota to original scores for feature films. Recently, his score for the short film “Neighbors” was awarded the coveted Best Original Score prize at the Paura International Film Festival in Valencia, Spain. Additionally, Pablo has received several honors from the Society of Composers and Lyricists, including a Best Song award in 2015 and admission into the highly selective SCL Los Angeles Mentor Program in Fall 2016. You can hear Pablo’s work featured on television networks such as SyFy. He has also written additional music for multiple children’s shows with worldwide broadcast.
A classically-trained composer, Pablo’s earliest work was heard on the concert stage with his first symphony performed in the US in 2012. His formal education consists of a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from Imperial College London, followed by a bachelor’s degree in music composition and theory and additional diplomas in audio engineering and film scoring. Together with LoudMono co-founder Orlando Perez Rosso, Pablo was an additional orchestrator on the trailer for Kubo and the Two Strings by Laika. He has also signed with several major production music companies, including Pacifica Music and Warner/Chappell Production Music. His score for the action-packed feature Tetro Rouge premiered in Swiss-German cinemas, with a soundtrack album published by Howlin’ Wolf Records.