Pablo Trujillo is a composer for media and has created original music for many projects all around the world. Born in Málaga (Spain), Pablo majored in Piano and Composition, while also being trained as an orchestrator and orchestra conductor. Later he enrolled at the prestigious Berklee College of Music (Boston, USA) to train with well-respected industry professionals in the realm of Film, TV, videogames and advertising. He graduated summa cum laude in Film Scoring and Video Game Scoring.
After some years in the US (Boston and LA) Pablo went back to Spain, where he currently develops his professional career. However, he has been involved in many projects from different countries like Spain, USA, Morocco, Italy and Singapore. He has worked as a composer, orchestrator, arranger, producer, programmer and/or additional music composer in short films, feature films, TV movies, TV shows, theatrical plays, musicals, videogames, animated films and commercials. He has worked with symphony orchestras like London Symphony Orchestra (UK), Málaga Symphony Orchestra and Málaga Philharmonic Orchestra (Spain), Macedonian Radio Symphonic Orchestra (Macedonia) or Budapest Art Orchestra (Hungary) amongst others.
Trujillo has composed the original soundtrack of films like Resort Paraiso, Maniac Tales and No sé decir adios/Can’t Say Goodbye (the latter winning 5 prizes in the 2017 Malaga Film Festival). His credits also include other feature films (Exodus: Gods and Kings [dir. Ridley Scott], Viral, Cuerpo de élite/Heroes Wanted), short films (Terapia de Choque, Ratas, Transito, Last Memory); advertising campaigns (Fundacion Cajasur, Malaga CF) and TV shows (Frágiles [Telecinco], Ain Al Haq [2M, Morocco]).