With perception and drive to create the best that film composition has to offer, Nathaniel Blume is one of the most dynamic composers working on screen today. Nathaniel's talent for crafting memorable musical interplays can be heard on hundreds of episodes of television, recently in The Flash (CW) and Deception (ABC). Nathaniel is steadfastly dedicated to illuminating every narrative's pivotal themes, and he is fast becoming one of the standout voices of the new generation of television and film composers.
In addition to his ongoing television projects, Nathaniel has broad experience scoring short and feature films, including the animated feature Vixen: The Movie. He has composed extensively for CNN, providing the music of 1968: The Year That Changed America as well as each of the 'decades series', including the upcoming The 2000's and fan favorites The Sixties, The Seventies and The Eighties. Nathaniel has also written seasons of additional music on many television programs such as Arrow (CW), Resurrection and Pan Am (ABC). Previously, Nathaniel composed the score for the documentary Shakespeare High, which was an official selection at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Nathaniel, a native of Fort Wayne, Indiana, has degrees in music composition from both Butler University (Indianapolis) and Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh). He completed his film scoring studies at University of Southern California's prestigious Scoring for Motion Pictures and Television program. When Nathaniel is not hard at work in the studio, he is enjoying life in Los Angeles with his wife and daughter.