Andrew Morgan Smith is a veteran composer who has scored over twenty feature film and television projects, including Storm War, The Culling, Alien Rising, and Jack the Giant Killer.In the last five years, he has scored more than forty-five projects across all media. He has also worked with and provided additional music for Nathan Furst, the composer of Act of Valor, Need for Speed and Waiting for Lightning.
Smith studied film scoring under composer David Newman (Tarzan, Ice Age, Galaxy Quest, The Sandlot), composer Jeff Rona (Homocide: Life on the Street, Chicago Hope, Generation Iron) and orchestrator Jack Smalley (Last of the Mohicans, The Mothman Prophecies, The Limey) at the 2010 Aspen Music Festival. He also studied conducting at the BMI Conducting Workshop in 2015 under composer and conductor Lucas Richman (The Manchurian Candidate, The Village, As Good As It Gets).
Prior to working in the film industry, Smith was classically trained in both composition and music media at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. There, he studied film scoring, orchestration, music theory, jazz theory and arranging, and music history. He is also a multi-instrumentalist, proficient in piano, guitar and saxophone, and experienced with the euphonium, trombone, clarinet and flute.
Smith has also been a featured guest lecturer at Emory University, the University of Louisiana System, and high schools around the country.
For a list of current and past projects, visit IMDB here.