Evan Goldman was born in Washington D.C. Having developed a passion for music early on, Evan began his formal training in film scoring at the age of only 16, and traveled to Santa Barbara, California to study with Emmy–winning composer Richard Bellis. Evan graduated with honors from the Frost School of Music at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida. Subsequently, Evan furthered his education and experience by working at Remote Control Productions – Hans Zimmer’s Santa Monica studio – and studying privately with ten–time Emmy-winning and Oscar-nominated composer Bruce Broughton. Evan is a graduate of the prestigious ASCAP Film-Scoring Workshop and shares the company of such composers as Jim Dooley (Wilfred, Franklin & Bash), Trevor Morris (Immortals, Olympus has Fallen), Atli Örvarsson (Hansel & Gretel, Chicago Fire), and Joseph Trapanese (Tron: Legacy, Oblivion, The Raid, Insurgent). Past projects include original music for three features, two television pilots, several national television commercials and movie trailers, a hit you-tube series, multiple award winning short films, and various other “Music Department/Assistant" credits on high profile projects such as Fast and Furious 6, Netflix’s Animated Original Series TurboFast, and Hulu's upcoming original series Future Man. Evan currently resides in Santa Monica, California.