Ken Weissman is a composer specializing in original music for film, television, video games and sonic branding. He holds degrees in both Music and Electrical Engineering from Columbia University.

He scored the award-winning film, Lost Language, screened at the 2011 Manhattan Film Festival and was an Official Selection at the New York City International Film Festival 2011. His music has appeared in the Apocalypse and Evalon Realms video games by VerdLife Productions.

Ken is an accomplished French horn player and performs in the New York community. He has studied privately with the late Joseph Singer, Principal Horn of the New York Philharmonic. He has performed with the Binghamton Symphony Orchestra, New York Riverside Orchestra, and the Tri-Cities Opera Company.

Ken studied composition and orchestration with Nicolas Roussakis, James Baker, and Max Lifchitz. He studied electronic music with pioneers Charles Dodge and Bulent Arel at the historic Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Laboratory and architectural acoustics with renowned acoustician Cyril Harris (Lincoln Center and John F. Kennedy Center).