About

b. 1986, HK.

 Photo by Zenith Richards

Photo by Zenith Richards

Ryan Lott composes music for film, theater and dance. Lott has worked with choreographers Travis Wall, Stephen Petronio and Gina Gibney. Film credits include composing and arranging for five major features, most notably The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby (2014), Paper Towns (2015), and Mean Dreams (2017), which premiered at Cannes and the Toronto Film Festival 2016.

In addition to his solo work, in 2007 Ryan founded Son Lux. Son Lux “works at the nexus of several rarely-overlapping Venn Diagrams” (Pitchfork). With the additions of guitarist-composer Rafiq Bhatia and drummer Ian Chang to the band, Son Lux is now a ferocious trio both live and on record. Their latest release Brighter Wounds, released in February 2018 on City Slang Records, documents this new venture while showcasing the band’s unique mix of electronic pop, unusual soul, and outright experimentalism.

REMIX CLIENTS :

Beirut
Castanets
DM Stith
Headlights
Judd Greenstein
Leitvox
Liz Janes
Mutemath
My Brightest Diamond
Nico Muhly
Owen Pallett
Paper Route
Serengeti + Polyphonic
Traumer
Wild Beasts

SELECTED SYNC :

"Betray" - The Romantics (Film)
"Break" - BBC (TV)
"Easy" - Vera Wang (Web)
"Easy (Switch Screens)" - The Originals (TV)
"Flickers" - American Horror Story (TV), Dior (Web)
"Flowers" - Parks and Recreation (TV)
"Lost It To Trying" - Until Tomorrow (Film Trailer)
"Lost It To Trying (Mouths Only Lying)" - Land Rover / Virgin (Web)
"Pyre" - ZARA (Web)

COMMISSIONS :

Ballet de Lorraine
Gibney Dance
Groundworks Dance Theater
Inlet Dance Theatre
National Dance Company Wales
Stephen Petronio Company
Traverse City Dance Project
yMusic Ensemble
Young People’s Chorus of New York

SELECTED AD CLIENTS :

Absolut
Audi
Checkers / Rally's
Coca-Cola
Crest
Discovery Channel
Dupont
GoodYear
IKEA
Keystone
March of Dimes
Microsoft
Mountain Dew
Time Warner
Ubisoft
Vonage