Bryan Steele is the owner of the BrunoSteele Music production company and has placed songs with artists around the world, including; Denise Lopez (Sweden), Kis My Ft’2 (Japan), Genie Zhuo (Taiwan), Darren Holden (Ireland), Adie (Malta), Amelia Bloom (Australia), Paola (U.S) and Esti (U.S.) as well as several up and coming teen singers on the UK's New Atlantic Records. In addition to writing the music for more than 10 CDs, Bryan has composed scores for 15 short films, most notably True Confessions of a Sushi Addict, which won the 1999 student academy award. Steele made his Merkin Hall debut in 1995 with Our Ancestors are Silent, a piece for classical quintet, jazz sextet and dancers. Among his many other projects, Steele has written and produced pop songs, instrumental music and music for advertising. His clients have included; The Voice, The Amazing Race, People's Choice Awards, Entertainment Tonight (CBS), A&E Biography, Discovery Channel and The History Channel. Bryan currently resides in New Bedford, Massachusetts, USA.