Christopher Moscatiello is an award winning sound designer, composer, music editor and music director for theater, television and film. Recent TV credits include THE WALKING DEAD (AMC), HUMAN TARGET (Fox), EUREKA (SyFy), PSYCH (USA), CAPRICA (SyFy), THE CAPE (NBC), TRAUMA (NBC), and he has scored full series and specials for National Geographic and The Discovery Channel, as well as specials and promos for HBO, BBC, Animal Planet, MSNBC, AOL/Time Warner, The History Channel, The Learning Channel and ZDF Germany. Theater credits include The Kennedy Center, The Smithsonian Institution, The Folger Shakespeare Theater, Rogue Machine Theatre, Pacific Resident Theatre, The Odyssey Theatre, The Road Theater, and he served as assistant conductor for the national tour of THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA.

An East Coast native, Chris spent several years in Boston as Associate Artistic Director and Conductor of the Boston Chamber Ensemble. During that period, he wrote a ballet commissioned by the Kirov Ballet Academy that had its world premier in Washington, DC. Also while on the East Coast, he was the production music director for the theater program at American University, and the supervising composer for The Washington Opera's Create and Produce program. He also served as Master Sound Engineer for the Washington Folklore Society Folk Festival, Staff Engineer at Wooden Nickel Sound and Recording and as Technical Director for The Stage Door theater program in Arlington, Va.