Christopher-LennertzAndrew Raiher is a British film music composer and musician based in Los Angeles. Born and educated in London he studied violin and voice at the world-renowned Trinity College of Music. Upon graduating, Andrew pursued his main area of interests: writing, producing and performing in the recording studio. After producer Phil Chapman took him under his wing, Andrew learned the skills he needed to launch his film music career. Growing up with fellow composer, Ilan Eshkeri, Andrew collaborated with Eshkeri on several major motion pictures including, Layer Cake, Stardust and Hannibal Rising. Following those successes, Andrew was invited to write alongside composer Klaus Badelt, who was working in London at the time. That relationship was a winning combination and Andrew moved to Los Angeles to work on many projects with Klaus including, Constantine, TMNT and Poseidon. Many co-writes followed in the years to come including The Oranges (starring Hugh Laurie and Leighton Meester), Entre Lobos (Among Wolves), spring-boarding Andrew into his independent composing career that he now enjoys.>