Kristopher Carter / Kristopher Lee Carter is an American composer. He grew up in San Angelo, Texas and currently lives in Los Angeles, California. Carter began his career as one of the youngest composers to work for Warner Bros. He received an Emmy Award for Batman Beyond and has received five other Emmy nominations. His fifteen independent feature films have screened at festivals including South By Southwest, Slamdance, the Atlanta Film Festival, Shriekfest and the 2008 Park City Film Music Festival, where his feature “Yesterday Was A Lie” won a Gold Medal for Best Impact Of Music In A Feature Film. He made his Hollywood Bowl debut in 2001 with a commission from John Mauceri and the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra. In the record world, he has collaborated with The Wallflowers’ Rami Jaffee and blues guitarist Kenny Wayne Shepherd. Carter was named Commissioning Composer of the Year by the Texas Music Teachers Association and also received a fellowship to Robert Redford’s Sundance Composers Institute. He served as the first Composer-In-Residence of the Bel Canto Northwest Opera Festival and has given clinics across the country on film composition.