Composer Max Loh, classically trained in piano and music theory since the age of five, graduated from UC Berkeley in 2011 with simultaneous degrees in EECS (electrical engineering and computer science) and music. He has composed soundtracks for a number of student films, accommodating genres ranging from intimate interludes to rock music to orchestral scores.
Max received the "Best Soundtrack" nomination in Campus Moviefest at UC Berkeley for his scores for the films "Da Capo" (2010), "My Quiet World" (2010), and "Envy" (2011). He is also the composer for award-winning student films "A Wild Idea" (2011) and "A Night in the Woods" (2012).
When not composing music, he enjoys playing epic video games and training in martial arts such as Judo.