Scott Glasgow, is an award-winning composer, who has scored many studio feature films accompanied by commercially released soundtrack albums. Recent films include Hatchet III, The Wedding Pact, Riddle, National Lampoon's The Legend of Awesomest Maximus & Taking Chances (Lionsgate). Scott Glasgow has a Bachelor's degree in composition from California State University, Northridge and a masters from The San Francisco Conservatory of Music. Scott has studied composition with Conrad Susa and John Corigliano (The Red Violin). Scott has worked for such film composers as Bruce Broughton (Silverado), Edward Shearmur (Skeleton Key) and Chirstopher Young (Spiderman 3) and many others. Scott also teaches film scoring at Universities such as CSUN and UCLA extensions. Scott was nominated twice in 2011 by the International Film Music Critics Association and the Golden Spirit Award for Best Comedy Score Album for the the feature "Lo". Scott’s last album Riddle was in the first round of Grammy list and had many great reviews including voted the “Breakout Composer of the Year” in 2014 by Examiner.com
2011 - Nominated by the IFMCA for "best comedy score" for the music to the film 'LO'
2002 - ASCAP Fellowship to the Aspen Music Festival & School - Film Scoring Program