John C. Leavitt (b. 1990, Anaheim, California), is a graduate of Berklee College of Music holding a master’s degree in Scoring for Film, Television, and Video Games under Lucio Godoy. He also earned a bachelor’s degree in Piano Performance from Brigham Young University. Growing up in Colorado Springs, he began learning piano at the age of 8, and violin additionally at the age of 14. As a teenager he spent many summers making short films with his siblings – all of which are wonderfully-embarrassing. John received a Bachelor’s Degree in Piano Performance from Brigham Young University. His love of composition and film music has grown with him and he has been happily involved in various projects in orchestral, chamber, solo-instrumental, and Broadway-style works. John’s music has been described as “American Romanticism,” but he is known to enjoy writing in a wide range of styles earning him various awards including 1st Prize in the Day Murray Original Song Competition. He loves all genres of music – from Macklemore to Mozart – as long as it makes him feel something, he will love it.