Composer Garry Schyman’s award-winning music can be heard in nearly every audio-visual media, including feature films, prime-time television, and video games. His haunting orchestral scores for the globally acclaimed video games "BioShock," "BioShock 2," and "BioShock Infinite" have earned him multiple awards, including top honors for Best Original Score from the British Academy of Film & Television (BAFTA) and the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences.
As one of the world’s most celebrated composers of video game music, Schyman is notable for his versatility of style and unique ability to fluidly draw from multiple eclectic sources of inspiration. He captured the fantasy world of Tolkien for the adventure game "Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor" (nominated for a BAFTA award) and "Middle-Earth: Shadow of War," and paid playful homage to ’50s sci-fi with his score for the 2005 game "Destroy All Humans!" (followed by two sequels). He accelerated heartbeats with his thunderous orchestral scores in action games like "Resistance: Retribution" and "Dante’s Inferno," and gave a nod to the hypnotic style of Bernard Herrmann in the mystery game "Voyeur." Schyman’s score for the virtual reality game "Torn" was released in Aug. 2018 as a soundtrack on Varèse Sarabande Records.