AboutComposer | USA | California
Omri Lahav is a multi-talented composer and songwriter,
whose music strengthens many projects across film, television, video games and theater.
Over his years of experience, Omri has compiled a robust and diverse résumé, encompassing a multitude of genres.
Lahav’s film work includes “Jacqueline” (featured in some of the world’s finest film festivals), “Louis Grant” (multiple award winning web-series), “Ron” (Israeli prime time comedy) and “The Left Behind” (featured in San-Diego ComicCon, 2015).
Notable video game credits include Intel’s “Warrior Wave”, Adventure Mob’s “Bolt Riley” (Best Game Audio, CasualConnect 2015), BulkyPix’s “iPollute” (Best in Play, GDC 2014), DeNA LTD’s “Champion Charge”, Dancing Devils’ “Dwelvers” (steam distributed) and Wildfire Games’ “0 A.D.” (multiple award winning indie title).
Born in Israel, 1985, Omri has been studying music and playing the piano since the age of 3.
By the age of 15, he was entirely focused on music – working in recording studios, composing music for theater and scoring student films.
Lahav holds a certificate from Berklee College of Music, and is one of four composers selected for The Society of Composers and Lyricists’ Mentor Program (Spring, 2017).
|2015||Warrior Wave||Intel Corp.||Composer|
|2014||0 A.D.||Wildfire Games||Composer, Music Director|
|2014||Champion Charge||DeNA LTD, Sidekick Games||Composer|
|2013||iPollute||BlukyPix, Crafty Arcade||Composer|
|2015||Best Game Audio||Adventure Mob’s Bolt Riley|