Pablo Croissier hails from the Atlantic Canary Islands, Spain, but currently calls Los Angeles home. He is a classically-trained composer who has penned soundtracks for a variety of film styles, ranging from fast-paced action flicks to modernized Westerns.

Pablo was nominated for the Jerry Goldsmith Awards and Hollywood in Media Awards for his work in the Penny Arcade comic book adaptation of Lookouts. He was also an honorable finalist in the Jerry Goldsmith Awards for his score for the short film El Astronauta (HBO). The film had a fantastic festival run which culminated in being shortlisted ("Oscar-qualified") by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences. It also won the jury award for Best Original Score at the Venezuelan film festival Venezolano Fundearc Binacional.

Among Pablo's accolades are honors from the Society of Composers & Lyricists, including the Best Song Award in 2015, as well as admission into the highly selective SCL Los Angeles Mentor Program in 2016. His scores for the short films Neighbors and Silence, Please! received the Best Score Award in the Paura International Film Festival of Valencia and the LA Shorts International Film Festival, respectively. The short film A Cake for Lizzie was admitted into the Creative Artist Agency Mobius Initiative.

His score for the action-packed feature Tetro Rouge premiered in Swiss-German cinemas, with a soundtrack album published by Howlin’ Wolf Records.

Pablo's music can be heard on television networks and streaming services including Syfy Universal, HBO, Tubi, Amazon Prime Video, and Nickelodeon, as well as in advertisements. He is co-writer of an album published by Westone Music Group that has been licensed in several BBC documentaries and was nominated for Best Freeform Album at the Jerry Goldsmith Awards. Pablo has also been part of the music team for blockbuster projects such as Us (Universal Pictures), See You Yesterday (Netflix), Bad Education (HBO), 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (Universal Pictures), and the trailer for feature film Kubo and the Two Strings (Laika).