Rich Vreeland (also known as Disasterpeace) is an award winning freelance composer / sound designer based in Berkeley, CA, with a focus in producing and directing dynamic sound for games. He grew up in New York, clacking rhythms on his teeth and writing guitar licks, eventually graduating from Berklee College of Music with a Bachelor’s of Music in Music Synthesis. Along the way he’s interned with the MIT Game Lab, written original music for classic franchises like Bomberman, and developed a critically-acclaimed generative music tool. He performs his music regularly at big events like PAX and Indiecade, speaks at events around the globe, and has even had his music performed by the London Philharmonic Orchestra. Most notably, he wrote the music for the 2012 IGF Seamus McNally Grand Prize winner FEZ, which also took home numerous awards for best game and soundtrack of 2012.