About Garret Reynolds
Driven by a passion for discovery and beauty in music, Garret Reynolds seeks out colorful and compelling sounds in his compositions and improvisations. He frequently collaborates with artists of other media, scoring for films, animations, and games. As a member of the Catherine Filene Shouse Arts Leadership Program at the Eastman School of Music, Garret has interned with Remote Control Productions in Santa Monica, California and Rochester Institute of Technology’s School of Film and Animation. He composed the score for the interactive multiplayer installation, Interlude, which was featured at the Imagine RIT festival in 2015. Several other collaborations, including Seas the Day, Taicaraya, The Selection, and Hunt Or Be Hunted have been featured in the RIT College of Imaging Arts & Sciences Honors Shows. He has also worked in conjunction with RIT and the University of Rochester to produce original scores for informational films. Additionally, Garret received a Downbeat Student Music Award for his 2014 composition, “Our Time.” Garret can be heard playing trumpet and flugelhorn with the Dave Rivello Ensemble and the Eastman New Jazz Ensemble. He holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Jazz and Contemporary Media from the Eastman School of Music and will finish his Master of Music in Film Scoring and Contemporary Media Composition at Eastman in 2018. Garret is from Moorpark, California and currently operates in Rochester, New York.