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Pablo graduated with a bachelor’s degree in music composition and theory, obtained a diploma in audio engineering, film scoring certificate and has also a master's degree in mechanical engineering. His work has been heard both on the concert stage, with his first symphony performed in the US in 2012, and in worldwide trailers and national commercials for blue chip brands such as Toyota. His latest score, Tetro Rouge by Luis Ventura, premiered in Swiss-German cinemas in March 2015 and will be published by Howlin’ Wolf Records this fall. Croissier, together with Loudmono co-founder Orlando Perez Rosso, was an additional orchestrator on the trailer for Kubo and the Two Strings by Laika. He has also authored tracks for several major production companies, including Pacifica Music and Warner/Chappell Production Music. Croissier obtained ample experience in film scoring at Remote Control Productions and in advertising at Comma Music. Recently, Croissier was honored with a Best Song award by the Society of Composers and Lyricists. He is currently working on his next feature score, The Espadrillo Fortune, and is one of 5 mentees accepted into the prestigious SCL Los Angeles Mentor Program for the fall 2016 term.