Austin Fray is a LA based composer and music producer known for creating sweeping, emotive scores for film, documentary, television, and film trailers.
Before graduating college, Austin’s music gained traction in major theatrical film trailers and promos, expediting his move to Los Angeles in 2015. Within a few months, he was recruited onto the composer roster of Emmy and BAFTA nominated Bleeding Fingers Music, Hans Zimmer's scoring collective, where he worked until 2019. During this time he had the privilege of co-composing the score for PBS’s Super Cats which was later Emmy-nominated for Outstanding Music and Sound. At 23 years old, Austin was tasked with scoring the season 29 premiere and eleven subsequent episodes of Fox’s iconic The Simpsons, following in the footsteps of legendary composer Alf Clausen. In 2018, Austin scored H Collective’s The Parts You Lose directed by Christopher Cantwell and starring Aaron Paul. His music has been performed in concert halls all over the world as part of Symphony for Our World, National Geographic’s live orchestra to picture experience.
Austin mixes his small town Tennessee roots of folk, jazz, and church music with a deep love for the orchestra and modern electronic styles. On his down time, Austin can be found at the beach, by the pool, or enjoying a pint with a friend.