Tom Biller is a renowned music producer, engineer, and musician. He lives in Pasadena, California, and has established himself in the recording industry working beside Jon Brion as his engineer. That was when he won a Grammy for his contribution to Kanye West’s “Late Registration” in 2005.
He worked on albums by musicians such as Fiona Apple, Elliot Smith, Brad Mehldau and engineered soundtracks for “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind”, “Punch-Drunk Love”, and “I Heart Huckabees”.
Tom Biller independently recorded and mixed soundtracks for “Where the Wild Things Are” album with Karen O and the Kids music band. One of the songs “Hideaway” from that album was nominated for an Academy Award.
Tom Biller has worked with Sean Lennon, Warpaint, Liars, Silversun Pickups, and Kate Nash, as well as many other artists locally and internationally. One of his recent recordings was for the Emmy-winning documentary, “Wild Wild Country.”
Tom Biller is known for his work on Wanderlust (2012). When he is not recording or producing, he enjoys fixing and building new guitars.