D'Anthoni Wooten: composing music for video games

Open to all at no cost

Time and Location

  • Mon, May 3 at 4:30 pm Virtual Experience

D’Anthoni Wooten is a film, game, and television composer currently based in Los Angeles. He grew up in Olathe, Kansas (outside of Kansas City) where he took to learning piano, composition, and music technology from a young age. He later attended Berklee College of Music in 2013, where he studied film scoring and electronic production and design and focused much of his studies in scoring for games. After college he interned for the Japanese production company “G-Angle” which later led to the path to score for various short films, games, and television including aMAZEin (indie game), Flame Guardian (indie game), Fair Trade (Posted on Linkup TV), Black Boys Film (Selected in the Toronto Film Festival), Long Way Home (with universal film editor Kat McAuley). Some of his biggest accomplishments include scoring for the Japanese Company: Takahashi Shoten (高橋書店) which aired their 2020 company campaign “Footsteps” and was broadcasted on Japanese television. D’Anthoni focuses on orchestral, ambient, and experimental music. He also scored for the British Film “Fair Trade” which has received over a half a million views on LinkUp TV on YouTube. D’Anthoni fully believes that music should connect to the heart no matter the style or genre and wants to keep an open mind no matter what project he jumps into.

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