John Doryk is an award-winning composer who has been creating original music and sound design for network TV, radio, documentaries, and feature films for over 25 years. His work has aired on The Discovery Channel, History, PBS, NBC, BBC, and FOX, and he also did scoring and sound design for the films "Winning Favor," "Standing Up Straight," and more. In 2010, John won Gold at the Park City FIlm Music Festival for his part in scoring the PBS mini series "For Love of Liberty: The Story of America's Black Patriots," featuring Halle Berry, Morgan Freeman, and General Colin Powell.
John Doryk is a graduate of the Film Music Institute, and he participated in the "Contemporary Orchestration for Film and Television" workshop with Stephen Scott Smalley. His additional credits include: "Click Clack Jack: A Rail Legend" (feature film), "Come What May" (feature film), "The Other Son" (film short), "Washington Watch" (radio program), "Memorial Day" (radio documentary), and "The Gospel According to St. Bernard" (film series).