Daniel Bernstein

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This article is about the composer. For the cryptologist, see Daniel J. Bernstein. For the American businessman and activist, see Daniel J. Bernstein (businessman).

Daniel Bernstein is a composer for video games and movies. Born in Saint Petersburg in Russia, he received a B.S. in computer science and an M.A. in music composition from the University of Virginia. He has worked as a composer for Monolith Productions where he collaborated with Guy Whitmore on titles such as Blood and Claw. Outside of video games, he also wrote the soundtrack for short movies (Kansas in 1998 and Maid of Honor in 1999).

Changing career, he joined WildTangent as the Director of Product Strategy, and later left in 2002 to create Sandlot Games.

While still acting as Sandlot's CEO, he returned to composition with the soundtrack to The Penitent Man in 2010.

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