Tyler Stone is a Los Angeles based filmmaker, composer, and multimedia artist. Since childhood, Stone has used his training and love for music mixed with his passion for storytelling to forge a style that is distinctly his own.
His works as a filmmaker and composer have been screened at the Cannes International Film Festival & have received 4 awards and 16 nominations across Nice, Paris, Madrid, Amsterdam, and New York. For his debut short film titled "The Crusties", Stone was awarded "Best Editing of a Short Film" in Amsterdam where he was also nominated for "Best Original Score" and "Best Short Film". He is the score composer for the feature horror film "Killer Unicorn", which was quoted as a "future cult classic with a dark and horny score" by Billboard Magazine.
Trinity the Tuck's album "Plastic" (written and produced by Stone) debuted at #1 on the iTunes Comedy chart. The breakout music video "I Call Shade" (written, produced, directed and edited by Stone) from the same album reached 2M views in just over a week and was met with much fan and press acclaim.
As a DJ and producer, Stone has been profiled by publications such as Billboard, Rolling Stone Magazine, PAPER, Interview Magazine, Dazed, V Magazine, OUT, World of Wonder, Dirty Cult & more.
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