Andy Forsberg is a composer for film, games, television, and records.
With his roots in Colorado, Andy wasn’t born into a musical family. Having a father who was a NASA engineer, and a serial entrepreneur in the private engineering sector, and a mother who made her career as a marketing director, Andy’s foundation was more entrepreneurial than musical.
But at a young age, Andy fell in love with playing percussion, which led to his passion for composing. From Star Wars, to Super Mario Bros, to the Mighty Ducks, Andy was inspired by many of his favorite films and games, which would eventually lead him into composing for visual media.
While attending the Berklee College of Music as a film scoring major, Forsberg quickly became a well respected member of the Berklee community, serving as coordinator of the school’s Film Scoring Network, a recruiter for admissions, and an active clinician and lecturer on campus.
Forsberg has credits on numerous films, TV series, advertisements, and games, and formerly served as marketing director and studio assistant for renowned composers William Ross (Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets, Barbara Streisand, The 2014 Oscars) and Ryan Shore (Penn Zero: Part Time Hero, Prime, The Millionaires’ Unit). He was also a co-founder of Los Angeles based post-production audio house, Hexany Audio, where he served as lead composer until early 2016.
Forsberg also has a prodigious passion for education and travel, and is an active clinician and lecturer in film/game music and lifestyle design around the world.