Vincent Isler is a Swiss-born composer primarily working in Film & TV out of Los Angeles. He has worked in many different genres ranging from short animated dramas to silent film comedies.
Growing up in a family of filmmakers, he was always surrounded by movies and found his way into film scoring through film, rather than through music. To further his knowledge, he moved to Boston to earn degrees in Film Scoring and Composition from Berklee College Of Music.
While studying, Vincent won several awards and scholarships, among which was the BMI Film Scoring Scholarship Award.
Vincent wrote and conducted the opening reel for Harold Lloyd's 1925 box office hit "The Freshman" under the direction of three-time Emmy nominated composer Sheldon Mirowitz. The film opened the 2017 San Francisco Silent Film Festival.
His credits include work like "Family Affair", a short film selected for the Provincetown International Film Festival. "I Miss My Mom And Dream Of Our New Home" & "This Is What We Make" a documentary which follows entrepreneurs on their inspiring journey from idea to reality.
Vincent was commissioned to compose two contemporary ballet pieces for the 2021 edition of the Prix De Lausanne's Young Creation Award. Both of the winning choreographies were set to his music.
Currently he works for Sherri Chung on projects such as "Based On A True Story", "Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai", "The Lost Husband" & "Happiness For Beginners"
He has also gotten to write additional music for various shows like: "Riverdale", "Batwoman", "Kung Fu" & "Blindspot".