Jeff Tymoschuk

Originally from the town of Souris, Manitoba, award-winning composer Jeff Tymoschuk moved to Vancouver in 1992 to pursue a career in music production. Since 1999, he has scored 17 theatrical & television movies, worked on 6 television series and composed for dozens of short films. 

In 2002, he scored his first videogame, 'James Bond: Nightfire' for Electronic Arts, which went on to win the 2003 Game Audio Network Guild (GANG) Award for Best Arrangement of a Non-Original Theme and Best Interactive Music. In 2003 he provided additional music for 'The Simpsons Hit and Run' from Radical Entertainment/Vivendi Universal Games, and wrote additional music to 'James Bond: Everything or Nothing', supplementing 24 composer Sean Callery’s score. Shortly after, he scored, 'Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice' and then went on to produce the music for the 'Deathspank' trilogy. That EA game series received rave reviews from gamer blogs and sites all across the world. commented, “…special mention goes to Jeff Tymoschuk whose original music is absolutely stellar." 

'Sleeping Dogs' an action, undercover cop game developed by United Front Games in collaboration with Square Enix London Studios garnered 6 nominations at the 2013 Canadian Video Game Awards, including Best Original Music. Jeff has since also scored the sequel, 'Sleeping Dogs: Triad Wars' (2014).

Jeff’s theatrical release 'Leprechaun: Origins' by auteur director and long-time collaborator, Zach Lipovsky received much acclaim at Comi-Con 2014. He scored the WWE / 20th Century Fox film, 'The Marine 4: Moving Target' and has over 30 television movies for the Hallmark Channel to his credit.