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Born in Hong Kong and musically trained in London, Peter Lam is a Los Angeles-based award-winning composer. Peter's unique dramatic sensibility and versatility in musical story-telling can be reflected in his diverse output across over 80 film, television, and video game projects.

Recent scores include the dark comedy
Trigger Happy (Spotlight Film at Cinequest 2024), the coming-of age drama B-Side:For Taylor (Best Narrative Feature - Cinema Columbus), the Lunar New Year Cinematic for Riot Games' League of Legends: Wild Rift, and the border-crossing drama Where Dreams Rests (Best Score nomination at Madrid International Film Festival). He has also scored the "Go to Bed Raymond" episode on Hulu's Bite Size Halloween series. 

Peter has composed additional music for major TV series such as
Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Star Wars: The Bad Batch (Disney+), Titans, Doom Patrol (HBOmax), and Jane the Virgin (the CW). As a music editor, he has won a Daytime Emmy for the final season of Clone Wars, and has also music-edited HBO's doc series Catch & Kill, and Netflix's anime Trese.

Graduated from the University of Southern California's acclaimed screen scoring program as a BAFTA LA scholarship recipient, Peter was mentored by distinguished composers such as Alan Silvestri (Back to the Future, Forrest Gump) and Laura Karpman (Lovecraft Country). He previously read music at King's College and the Royal Academy of Music in London.

Peter is a member of BAFTA US, and the Television Academy (EMMYS).

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