Eliot Monroe Leigh is a music composer and engineer currently living and working in Brooklyn, New York. He is involved in a wide array of work from composing original music for video games and picture to engineering full pop productions for major labels. His personal music project, Infuze, is currently garnering a lot of attention within the EDM community because of a release in November 2012 that charted at number 5 on the iTunes Electronic Albums chart.
Trained as a classical composer and recording engineer at Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, Eliot moved to New York City in 2006 for a job at the now-closed Sony Music Studios. His work there included many major label pop and hip hop projects but after Sony's closing, He refocused his energy on writing music and working on production and writing-oriented engineering projects.
Eliot's work with Buffalo Studios on their incredibly popular social game Bingo Blitz started a snowball effect on his composing career that shows no sign of slowing down. He has written most of the music for that game as well as all of the music for other games by Buffalo Studios.
Day to day, Eliot also works closely with A-Ha songwriter and guitarist Paul Waaktaar Savoy on all of his current projects, which include several new artists on major labels.
On any given day, one can find Eliot bouncing between a variety of different roles within music, but he always brings a unique musical flair to everything he works on.