John William Doryk is an award winning television/film composer, who has been creating original music and sound design for film and television for over 25 years. Classically trained in operatic voice, violin, viola, and guitar, he started playing music at the age of 5. He has had his work aired on The Discovery Channel, History Channel, PBS, ABC Nightline, A&E Biography, BBC, FOX Network, Netflix, for Focus on the Family, Answers in Genesis Creation Museum, Compassion Intl, and many independent feature films. In 2010, he won "Gold" at the prestigious Park City Film Music Festival for his work on "For Love of Liberty:The Story of America's Black Patriots" hosted by Halle Berry and featuring the voices of Morgan Freeman, Samuel Jackson, Avery Brooks, Allan Rickman and many others. In 2014 he provided original music to the PBS special "Unsung Heroes", directed by Frank Martin and produced by Ron Howard. He currently resides in Colorado Springs, Colorado with his wife and two children.