Ashna Pathan is a composer for film, theatre, and games who is known for the wide range and depth of projects she has been involved in. She recently earned several awards for her work on the comedy short, "Aghast!," and wrote and produced the full-length, original musical, "Senior Year Is Gonna Kill Me!- The Murder-Mystery Musical," which premiered in the Baltimore area in May of 2022.
Prior to this, she produced the debut single, "Yearning," of Broadway actress, Elizabeth Teeter, and in 2021, she was selected as the Television Academy Foundation Music Fellow for her excellence in film scoring. While assisting the film composer, Michael Levine, in the summer and fall of 2021, Ashna had the opportunity to work as the lead orchestrator for the Big Apple Circus and arrange a version of the National Anthem that was performed before each show. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Ashna made a name for herself organizing, mixing, and mastering various virtual ensemble projects, earning her features on CBS News and in the Baltimore Sun.
Ashna graduated from the inaugural class of the Peabody Conservatory’s Music for New Media program with Bachelor's in Music and a minor in musicology. She currently resides in Los Angeles and works as a full-time assistant to film, TV, and game composer, Mac Quayle.