Jeffrey Leiser is a film and concert composer, sound artist and screenwriter. He has composed original music and created sound design for over 30 short films and 4 feature films, including Glitch in the Grid, for which he was awarded a Gold Medal from the Park City Film Music Festival. Jeffrey has also created music for multiple art exhibitions including Hologalactic. Jeffrey is the co-founder, with his brother Eric, of Albino Fawn Productions, an independent production company focused on exhibiting experimental and spiritual works. As a screenwriter, Jeffrey wrote Finding Infinity, a biopic about Georg Cantor. The Summit, his first full-length symphony, was recorded at Avatar Studios and released in November 2015 by Discovery Music + Vision in the UK . He also composed Time Squares and is writing a viking opera, FAR TRAVELERS, which has received two cultural grants (2017 American Scandinavian Society, 2016 American Scandinavian Foundation). Most recently, he created sound design for Anthropic Principle, which is part of Dreamlands at the Whitney Museum of American Art. He is represented by Bright Media in the UK.