Evan Rashby is a composer for Film and Media based in Los Angeles, CA.
Evan Graduated from Berklee College of Music with a Bachelors in Music for Film Scoring. During his time at Berklee he composed music for live theater, and an array of independent films and multi-media advertising. While at Berklee, he was awarded the DOUG TIMM AWARD for Outstanding Achievement in Film Scoring.
He is an avid movie buff and "Cinephile." Much of Evan's free time is spent watching movies and catching up on the latest releases. Some of his favorites include, No Country For Old Men by the Cohen Brothers, Lost in Translation by Sofia Coppola, Studio Ghibili and Tim Burton films, as well as timeless classics from Hitchcock and Kubrick. His film scoring influences include Alexandre Desplat, Emile Mosseri and Thomas Newman...