Wayne Ingram is a graduate of Berklee College of Music with a major in Film Scoring. He graduated Summa Cum Laude, and received the ASCAP Film Scoring Scholarship and an award for best original score for short film in 2012.

It all started with seeing the Boston Pops at age 6 on the T.V. and Wayne knew music was going to be the thing for him for the rest of his life. He started to learn the piano shortly after, performing wherever he could. He wrote his first piece of music at age 10, and although it was very short, the feeling of fulfillment from composing sparked his interest in musical composition. Growing up in a house where he was surrounded by not only Classical music, but also his father's love of Classic Rock and the Blues, it was inevitable that one day he would discover the guitar. He did just that his freshman year in high school and taught himself how to play the instrument. He has used the guitar in his many bands, playing everything from Progressive Rock to Jazz. He had the great opportunity to play and record with Mike Garson (keyboardist for David Bowie and others), Nick D’Virgilio (Spock’s Beard), Michael Wilton (Queensryche), Jaime Finley (studio jazz guitarist) as well as tour with the Cal Poly Jazz Band and work for production music company Ra Audio. Using his musical abilities on piano, guitar, bass, lute, sitar, and mandolin has enabled him to work as a professional session musician, recording and writing music for The Daily Lift website, an inspirational talk series that is released everyday, and heard around the world. He has also recorded guitar for some rock/metal music libraries.

Wayne has also been working as a professional audio engineer for the past 6 years, producing 5 full length albums in addition to the countless hours of music he has recorded for school projects or other uses. Wayne also played guitar, and keyboards for all of these albums. Genrorama's Hoo-Ahh!, Alex Cook's Kindness is a Mountain and Defend the People were all completely recorded, mixed, and mastered by Wayne at his studio "The Keep". These albums have been sold all over the country, and some of them have been sold all over the world.
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