Ian Hultquist is a California-born, Chicago-raised composer and musician living in Los Angeles. Hultquist studied film scoring at Berklee College of Music, where he married his love of electronic and rock music with his love of film, and began to develop his unique composing style. It was in Boston that he also became a founding member of the band Passion Pit.
He began with scoring numerous commercials and short films, which led to work on both his first feature length documentary, Ivory Tower, and the award-winning drama Animals.
Ian's film work also includes Clinical (Netflix), Mommy Dead & Dearest (HBO), and the upcoming Assassination Nation & AXL (Lakeshore/Open Road).