Gary Gunn

Gary Gunn is an acclaimed composer and music producer/curator noted for his genre-defying musical aesthetic and forward-thinking application of sound. Gunn has collaborated on cutting-edge, interactive installations at TED, SXSW, Moogfest, & Palais de Tokyo. He has also composed original soundtracks for a host of critically heralded art installations in Hong Kong, Beijing, Moscow, Paris, and Jakarta, including Simon Birch’s Hope & Glory. He has been commissioned by brands such as Sonos, Nike, Puma, Google, and Dell for his singular sonic vision and has scored award-winning films, including official selections at Sundance, Tribeca, and Cannes film festivals, and has created original music for TV series, including Showtime’s Emmy-nominated Sleeper Cell and AMC’s Fear the Walking Dead. He is also a leading music curator, having provided soundtracks to millions through various outlets including Songza, RISD Museum, Google Play, and Darden Group. Gunn’s most signature works are his musical portraits—compositions that sonically interpret the essence of handpicked subjects. He’s currently working an ongoing audio/visual series. In 2016, Oprah selected him for her inaugural Super Soul 100 list, honoring “the world’s biggest trailblazers, innovators, and visionaries”.

In The 14th Factory, Gary Gunn is the soundscape designer of the total installation environment and created the soundtrack for all video works.