Composer Paul Cristo originally studied music at Berklee College of Music and the multitude of styles he perfected his skills at served him well for his chosen profession: writing music for film. He composed his first films score in 2001 for David Morwick's Little Erin Merryweather, which was recorded in a Boston chapel by 13 musicians and a 60 piece choir.
Since then, he had written, orchestrated and conducted a great number of film scores such as William Katt's coming-of-age story River's End and Daniel Pace's mystery movie The Appearance of a Man. More recently his music could be heard in Species: The Awakening (co-composed with Kevin Haskins) and episodes of Warehouse 13. In addition to providing original scores, Paul also orchestrates for composer Ryan Shore (Shadows, Articles of War, Stan Helsing).
For more information, visit the composer’s official website at http://www.paulcristo.com
"LITTLE ERIN MERRYWEATHER" Original Motion Picture Score