Grant Fonda is an award-winning composer from Valencia, California. Grant has worked extensively as a collaborator with numerous directors, including the award-winning Arpita Kumar on her My Dear Americans (2013), and the Cooper Brothers on their The Case of Amber Gram (2013). He has been a composing fellow for Film Independent & ASCAP’s Project Involve, a internationally selected semi-finalist in the Transatlantyk Instant Composer Competition (part of the Transatlantyk Film and Music Festival, Poznan, Poland), and a distinguished presenter at NYU’s Music and the Moving Image Conference (2012). Grant is also a graduate of the prestigious Scoring for Motion Picture and Television Program (SMPTV) at the University of Southern California. Grant is also a gifted orchestrator, and has had the opportunity to collaborate with award-winning composers J. Eric Schmidt, Heitor Pereira, and Christopher Young on major motion pictures such as Goola City, Minions, If I Stay, and post-production work for Single Mom’s Club. He has also been selected for scoring workshops with Academy Award and Emmy Award-winning composers John Debney and Bruce Broughton.