Joaquin Lichtle is a composer, conductor, producer and speaker considered one of the 100 Most Creative Mexicans In the World by Forbes Mexico.
After graduating with honors from Berklee College of Music he developed his career during his involvement with Bleeding Fingers Music, a composer collective led by Hans Zimmer and Russell Emmanuel. His journey began as a Technical Score Assistant to Christian Lundberg, and he was honored to be a finalist alongside Zimmer, Emmanuel, and Lundberg for the Music+Sound Awards (U.K. 2022). Moreover, he advanced to the role of Junior Composer and later Freelance Composer.
Joaquin has shared his experience through conferences at top institutions in Latin America and has garnered international acclaim for his work from IBLA Grand Prize (Italy, 2023), Marker & Pioneer (USA, 2023), WOMCO (Intl. 2023), and as a Semifinalist for the NYC Contemporary Music Symposium (USA, 2023).
He recently scored the soundtrack for Miguel Duran's "Death in Training," a short-film sponsored by LALIFF and Netflix. The film was featured at the New York Latino Film Festival sponsored by Warner Bros. Discovery, where it received the overall-pick Honorable Mention award (USA, 2023).
Composer, Producer & Score Mixer