Tom Porter has been making music for television and other media platforms for over two decades. After graduating from Berklee College of Music and USC's Screen Scoring programs, Tom started mentoring under Emmy-nominated composer Robert Duncan. Assisting at first, he became a full-time writer, delivering hours of additional music for shows such as "Castle" and "Lie To Me." Since then, Tom has become a seasoned television composer, wherein his credits showcase his versatility and extensive range as an artist.
Because of this versatility, Tom has collaborated with some of the top television composers working today. As a result, you can hear his music on shows like the BBC's "The Pact" and NBC's "Brooklyn-Nine-Nine" as well as the police action drama "S.W.A.T."
Recently Tom's score for the film "Darling Darling, Wendy" won him Best Original Score at the Indie Short Fest and a nomination in the same category at FilmQuest this past year.
Tom is affiliated with BMI and currently lives in Boston, MA, with his husband and their ridiculously lazy dog, Boo.