Matthew Feder is a composer for film, television, and video games. Matthew started playing electric guitar from a young age and quickly developed into an intuitive and expressive blues, rock, and jazz guitarist. After playing in bands for many years, he turned his focus to film scoring in order to pursue his passion for storytelling and filmmaking. After studying orchestral composition for many years, Matthew uses his diverse musical background to create highly unique soundtracks, traversing from orchestral scores to electronic scores, and everything in between.
On the big screen, Matthew's music can be heard in the animated feature Nimona, on which he collaborated with Christophe Beck, in addition to the action-packed World War II film Wolf Hound, on which he collaborated with Michael Kramer. On television his music can be heard on the Cartoon Network series LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitsu, Lucasfilm’s LEGO Star Wars: All-Stars, and the Star Wars Halloween spinoff LEGO Star Wars Terrifying Tales. He most recently co-composed the score for Arnold, a three-part Netflix docuseries following the life of Arnold Schwarzenegger, alongside Christophe Beck. He is a graduate of the prestigious USC Screen Scoring program.