Lance Treviño (b. 1989) has always been an aficionado of film and the music that accompanies it. From an early age, he expressed this affinity for film music when he first experimented with the piano pecking out the score of his then favorite film, Free Willy. Thus his musical journey took flight and has led him to compose on some of the most popular TV shows of our time. Born and partially raised in Houston but now a Los Angeles transplant, Lance’s musical achievements can be heard worldwide in collaborations that cross borders and cultures. His most notable work includes contributions to the synthetic thriller soundscape of the Walking Dead, the roaring battle music of the Japanese anime Beyblade Burst Evolution, and the happy go lucky 8-bit soundtrack of Hasbro’s Hanazuki. Lance is also an in demand composer on a multitude of commercials, documentaries, and short films. His delicate score for The Silence of Whitewater swept the MyState Film Festival winning the grand prize of Best Film, and more recently, his score to the film Blood Gurgler was honored with a best score nomination and numerous accolades at the Portland Comedy Film Festival. Many of Lance’s classical pieces and film music have been performed at a wide range of venues. His Sonatina for Saxophone Quartet was recently performed at UCLA’s and his concert suite from the pilot episode of The Guardsmen was part of the Fullerton College Symphony’s concert season two years in a row. Lance continues to seek out work as a composer in all genres, lending his expertise to various multimedia projects, art installations, video games, and broadcasts.