To send light into the darkness of men’s hearts -
such is the duty of the artist.
— Robert Schumann
 

Hailed by the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers as a "Composer to Watch", Los Angeles based composer Grant Fonda has collaborated with numerous creatives on a growing array of notable projects, including the award-winning The Dating Project (dir. Jonathan Cipiti, 2018) and Down the Fence (2017) (dir. MJ Isakson), the ground-breaking comedy Maybe: Josh for Sofia Vergara’s 365 Days of Love (dir. Jonah Feingold, 2019), the jingles for the international smash hit plush Suprizamal toys, and Caress Reeves’ award-winning animated funk-opera Mothership Opera (2015). Grant has worked with composers Thomas Newman and Heitor Pereira on Spectre, Bridge of Spies, and Minions, and he has collaborated with the late James Horner on TITANIC (Live!) and Pax de Deux (double concerto), and John Debney on Disneyland-California Adventure's World of Color: Celebrate! The Wonderful World of Walt Disney.

He is a composing fellow of Film Independent & ASCAP's Project Involve, a distinguished presenter at NYU's Music and the Moving Image Conference, and is an alumnus of the prestigious ASCAP Film Scoring Workshop with Richard Bellis. Grant is an alumnus of USC's acclaimed Screen Scoring program, where he was mentored by Emmy-winning composer, Bruce Broughton.

Grant lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Carley, their son Ezekiel and their beagle, Tozer.