Producer-composer Ryan Lott composes music for film, theater and dance. Lott has worked with choreographers Travis Wall, Stephen Petronio and Gina Gibney. Additional film credits include composing and arranging for five major features, most notably The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby (2014), Paper Towns (2015), and Mean Dreams (2016).
In addition to his film and dance work, Lott also founded Son Lux in 2007, his musical outfit which NPR has declared “the world's most lethal band.” With the recent additions to the band of guitarist-composer Rafiq Bhatia and drummer Ian Chang, Son Lux is now a ferocious trio both live and on record. Bones (June 23, 2015) is the first album documenting this new formation, and it draws from the three members’ unique and omnivorous musical vernaculars.