Fletcher Beasley

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Fletcher Beasley is a Los Angeles based composer. Fletcher began his musical journey in Seattle, Washington. After experimenting with different instruments, he settled on the bass and was playing professionally in jazz and rock combos in the area by the age of 16. After studying with jazz great, Gary Peacock, Fletcher moved to Los Angeles and received a degree from UCLA. After college, Fletcher worked on staff as a composer/sound designer for various video game developers. He served as the audio director at Adrenalin Entertainment and Digital Domain before becoming a freelance composer.[1]

When not working on music, Fletcher enjoys teaching. He has taught a course on sound production in film at the University of California San Diego and was awarded a grant in 2002 from the American Composers Forum to create a ten week music program at the Poseidon School in West Los Angeles. Currently, he teaches courses in sound for film at Chapman University and Santa Monica College.

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