Jon Kull is a film orchestrator with over 150 credits under his belt. He has worked with many of the top composers in Hollywood, including James Horner, Elmer Bernstein, Christopher Young, and James Newton Howard. He is also experienced as a session conductor, and has done arrangements for artists like Kathleen Battle and Christopher Parkening, and Neil Diamond. Born in Atlanta, Georgia, and raised in Colorado, Jon began studying piano at age 6, expanding his interest to trumpet and choir, too. He wrote compositions for every ensemble he performed in: orchestra, jazz band, choir, marching band. He holds Bachelor’s degrees in piano and composition and a Master’s degree in piano performance from the University of Colorado at Boulder. He was accepted into the prestigious Film Scoring program at the University of Southern California. Kull’s clients include NBC, the New York-based creative house Siblings, Neutrogena, J.C. Penney, Snapple, Canon, among others.