Vincent Levy Bryant is a SESAC Original Composer for film, Songwriter, Sound Designer and Filmmaker. Vincent was born in Harlem and raised in Queens, N.Y., with a Dad who was a television repairman and musician and a Mom who was a Registered Nurse. Music was very prevalent in the "Bryant" household with almost every family member playing a musical instrument. They grew up with a rehearsal/recording studio in the basement. Vincent was destined to take his craft to many levels. His family moved from Queens to rural Sheldon, South Carolina "the sticks." The transition was a very unique one. It was a nephritis at age 11 that caused him to be tutored at home. It was shortly after, his mother signed him up in the Jamaica branch of the Queens library 'FILM CLUB" that he fell in love with film. He honed his piano playing skills while using his creative imagination, taught himself how to score movies by turning the sound off of the television and playing along with it. His dad owned a Super 8 movie camera they were allowed to play with from time to time, but music "ruled" in their household. He and his brothers started a band at the age of 14 and played locally. They started the first interracial band in the greater Beaufort, SC area. His parents were very strict and insisted that television was not to be played during the school week. His mom called it "the dummy box." Vincent knew, in his heart and mind, that his ultimate goal when he got into film was to change the perceptions and create meaningful stories about "African Americans" in the media. Vincent Bryant 'pka' VLEEV has scored short films, such as "Last Words," by Byron Conrad Irwin. Scored two critically acclaimed shorts "OVG" and "Been a While" by Bollywood Writer and Director Saumesh Bangera. He also did the theme song for the Amazon Prime series, "Music and Murder" by Writer/Director Greg Galloway. He Music Supervised and Directed "La Scatola Rossa" by SCAD alumnus Writer/Director Hakim Robinson. He was Original Music Composer for Pastor Troys "Down to Come Up". His current film endeavor has him strongly focused on his first feature film. His musical talents enabled him to work with artists like Curtis Mayfield and Angie Bowie.