Garry Schyman wins British Academy of Film and Television Arts award
Scoring for Motion Pictures and Television faculty Garry Schyman won the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) award for his work on the video game Bioshock Infinite. Schyman has also received the D.I.C.E. award for “Outstanding Achievement in Original Music Composition” from the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences in addition to the New York Critics Award. The Thornton faculty and alum was also the creator of music for the first BioShock—winner of Best Original Score from the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences, Spike TV’s Video Games Best Score Award, G4 Television’s Soundtrack of the Year, and four awards from the Game Audio Network Guild – and its sequel, BioShock 2.