Rachel Robison is an American composer for video games, film, and other media. She is also a singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist.
Born into a musical family, Rachel has almost two decades of experience in music. She has performed in multiple bands, symphonies, and choirs from an early age, including her family’s performing group, The Eighth Notes.
It’s no surprise that Rachel’s career sparked from her passion of music. She studied media music at Salt Lake Community College. In 2017, she scored her first student short film, Uninvited. She also scored the short film, Nothing Stares Back, which won “Best Ensemble” at the 2017 Red Giant Film Festival. She has enjoyed participating in recording sessions, both behind the mic and behind the mixing board. More of her credits include scoring a video game, Rhythm Riot, co-hosting the podcast, Create Loud, and choir vocals on TesseracT’s album, Sonder. She’s even found a hobby in acting, appearing as an extra in an episode of BYUTV’s Studio C and Hallmark’s Switched for Christmas. Needless to say, Rachel loves the work that goes on behind-the-scenes of any film, TV show, or video game. More importantly, she loves the music that goes along with it.
Rachel tries to get as involved as she can in the composer community. She is a moderator for the Global Composers Network. She recently edited their interview with Maze Runner’s John Paesano. Her article on job shadowing was also posted on their website. You can read it here.
She is a proud member of the Game Audio Network Guild and was selected as a G.A.N.G. Scholar for the Game Developer’s Conference in March 2017. You can read more about her experiece here.