Tyler Strickland

Tyler Strickland is an Emmy Award Winning film composer and music producer based in Los Angeles, CA. From 2004-2011, he traveled the world with a Capitol Records artist as a multi-instrumentalist; sharpening his skills in different genres. After deciding to leave behind the touring life, he quickly found his dream path of writing music for film and television.

In the past decade, Tyler has scored over 70 films and series that have collectively received over a dozen Emmy nominations and have won numerous awards from the most prestigious film festivals around the world such as; Black and Blue (Sony), Hot Girls Wanted (Netflix),Audrie & Daisy (Netflix), The American Meme (Netflix), and Changing The Game (Hulu) to name a few. Tyler is also no stranger to television, having composed for Stephen King’s Castle Rock for HuluNetflix’s Chef’s Table universe, George Clooney-produced true crime series, Trial By Media, and more.

Recently Tyler scored hit Peacock shows, “John Wayne Gacy: Devil In Disguise” and “Who Killed Robert Wone”, FX documentary series, Pride” for FX, Adam McKay-produced, “The Oxy Kingpins”, as well as HBO’s epic six hour series, “Edge Of The Earth”.

In 2022, Tyler won an Emmy Award for his score to the six-part Netflix series, “Cat People”. Recent projects include Paramount+ Michael Jackson film Thriller 40, which hit #1 on the platform for weeks, HBO series “Class 57; Navajo Police”, the Netflix hit documentary, “Sly” on the life and legacy of Sylvester Stallone, as well as upcoming biopics on the life of pop music icon, Selena, as well as Faye Dunaway.