Dominic Lewis is a British-born film composer living in Los Angeles. Born into a family of talented, working musicians, Dominic was exposed to music from his very first days, and as such, music became an inherent and intrinsic part of his life from early childhood until today. A multi-instrumentalist who began studying cello at age 3, Dominic spent his childhood and young adulthood singing and composing songs on the piano and guitar. In 2002, he gained entrance to the Royal Academy of Music in London where he received classical training in cello and music composition. While studying at the Academy, at only 22 years old, Lewis was given the opportunity to co-compose the score of his first feature film, ‘The Poet’, directed by ‘Ski-School’s’ Damien Lee.