Omri Lahav is a composer, songwriter and instrumentalist, whose music strengthens many projects across film, television and interactive media.
Growing up in Israel, where his music can be heard on prime-time television and leading radio stations, his musical education began age 3.
He completed his studies at Berklee College of Music in 2014, and moved
to Los-Angeles, California, 2016.
Omri's music accompanies multiple-award winning games such as Intel's "Warrior Wave", DeNA LTD's "Champion Charge" and Bulky Pix's "iPollute".
His imaginative world music score to Wildfire Games' indie hit, "O A.D.", features Los-Angeles Opera soprano Ms. Elizabeth Zharoff, and is distributed globally by The Materia Collective.
In 2015, Lahav won a CasualConnect Best Game Audio trophy for his work on Adventure Mob's "Bolt Riley", a critically acclaimed musical adventure based on the life of Bob Marley.
In 2017, his work on the short western "Clam Chowder" garnered him a
Best Original Soundtrack nomination at The Wild Bunch Film Festival, AZ.
As a composer, Lahav considers himself first and foremost a storyteller - with a strong emphasis on melody and world-building, Lahav's passion is in crafting the perfect sound for each and every score.
"Mr Lahav's portfolio speaks for itself.
I have been consistently impressed
by his sensitive, mature and proficient approach."
— Sharon Farber
Four time Emmy nominated composer