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composer | music producer | audiovisual artist | curator

Gary Gunn is an acclaimed composer who has worked on countless award-winning projects across film, TV, multimedia art, and interactive experiences. He has collaborated in the creation of immersive, cutting-edge installations that span several continents and has exhibited at noted sites such as the Palais de Tokyo, The Smithsonian Institution, Moogfest, SXSW, The 14th Factory, Comic Con, Museum of the Moving Image, and TED.  Gunn's film resume includes composing the original score for A Thousand and One, which won the Grand Jury Prize at the 2023 Sundance Film Festival. He is the composer of the Peabody Award winning TV series David Makes Man and SXSW Grand Jury Award winning documentary Master of Light (HBO), for which he received a 2022 IDA Documentary Award nomination for Best Music Score. His singular artistic perspective has garnered attention from leading luminaries, including being selected for Oprah's Super Soul 100 list. The Wall Street Journal profiled Gunn for a cover story, recognizing him as one of the pioneering curatorial voices in the music streaming space.

TV Series: David  Makes Man (2019)

Created by: Tarell McCraney (Academy Award Winning Writer of Moonlight)

Executive Producers: Oprah, Michael B. Jordan

Composer: Gary Gunn

Installation: Human Soundscapes: Musical Portraits

Exhibited At FoST 2018 and Summit Air 2018

Director & Composer: Gary Gunn

Installation: Ascend. A Night Pavillion

Exhibited at TED Conference

Composer & Sound Designer: Gary Gunn

Feature FIlm: Maggie Black

Directed by Stanley Brode

Composer: Gary Gunn

Installation: Dormouse 

Exhibited at the 14th Factory 

Chief Composer & Musical Director: Gary Gunn

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