Jeremy Lamb is an Emmy Award-winning composer for film, television, video games, and other media.  A graduate of USC's Scoring for Motion Pictures and Television Program, Jeremy learned from industry greats like Bruce Broughton, Christopher Young, Garry Schyman, Eric Schmidt, and Dennis Sands.  During his tenure at USC Jeremy was also selected to be a part of the Thornton Board of Councilors Mentoring Program, where he had the opportunity to be privately mentored by Academy Award-winning composer and songwriter Randy Newman (Toy Story, Monsters, Inc, The Princess and the Frog).

​     Jeremy specializes in merging classic and modern scoring techniques to create music that is memorable and unique.  His work can be heard in many film and television productions, including Disney-Pixar's Monsters University and Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag. At the 2010 Park City Film Music Festival he took home an Audience Choice Award and Director's Choice Award for his scores for Inspector 42 and Bread to Kill, respectively.  In 2012 he scored the WWII feature film, Resistance Movement and the corresponding documentary, A Time for Resistance, for which he won a Regional Emmy.  His latest work includes two feature films: Don Quixote and The House on PIne Street, and the animated comic Wild Blue Yonder.

     He currently resides in Los Angeles.

-E. A. Poe

Sit in a theatre to see a play of hopes and fears, while the orchestra breathes fitfully the music of the spheres.​