Moonwalk Audio has a team of composers, sound designers and integrators that have created world class music, sound design, and voice over for hundreds of games, apps, trailers, and TV. We're creative and passionate about audio, creating the highest quality of production. Let us take your project to the next level!

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After Gubman’s first game in 2006 (Pirates of the Burning Sea), he went on to score over 600 video games helping to establish the sound of many iconic downloadable, mobile, and casual titles while maintaining a solid career composing for various media projects. Gubman’s work can be heard in projects for notable clients like Disney, Zynga, Storm8, Sony, PlayFirst, GSN, GameHouse, NBC Today, and Warner-Chappell. He is known for his speed, creativity, and memorable melodic voice that brings unique branding to the projects he works on - he is passionate about all the projects that he touches, and delivers AAA quality no matter the project scope.

As an arranger and orchestrator, Adam has worked on additional music and orchestration for various TV and Film projects, including Sausage Party, Galavant, Ride Along 2, Smurfs: Lost Village, and the upcoming Baywatch. Recently, a song he orchestrated for Hugh Jackman from the upcoming film Greatest Showman (by Pasek and Paul) saw a debut and tour through Jackman’s Australian tour ‘OZ’. In 2014, he provided orchestration for EDM superstar BT’s album ‘Electronic Opus’. His work with YouTube artists Taylor Davis, Traci Hines, and others (co-writing and production) has yielded over 80 million views and growing. Gubman is also known for re-branding the NBC Today Show theme with Warner-Chappell Music Group, and has done numerous licensing and custom audio packages for TV News programs all over the world. Orchestration clients include Alan Menken, Chris Lennertz, Austin Wintory, Tom Salta, Pasek and Paul, BT, Warner-Chappell, Disney, and many more.

An avid songwriter, Adam is a composer for Disney Parks, and writes, arranges, orchestrates, and produces music for parades and entertainment. He will be opening his tenth show this Summer, at Tokyo Disneyland. He has seven original songs in the upcoming Baywatch, and has a personal mission to get one original song in every story drive game he writes for. Q2 2017 will see 10 original song releases within three new story-driven titles.

Adam’s musical ideology can be wrapped up in the slogan “Imagine the Sound of Your World”. His passion is finding the music culture in the games he works on, and he strives to give every project it’s own identity and musical thumbprint that includes source and songs.



Alex got started with audio early on, playing guitar and drums and recording everyone's music projects. Their passion for audio lead to a degree in Sound Arts at Ex'spression College. They spent a lot of time in recording studios but their favorite classes were sound design and game audio. One of Alex's first games was Zynga's Roller Coaster Kingdom in 2009. Since then Alex has been Senior Sound Designer on over 700 games for many of the top industry developers like Storm 8, Disney, EA, Pocket Gems, Big Fish, Playstudios... Alex co-founded Moonwalk Audio in 2014 and has become a lead audio producer as well as cutting edge sound designer. Alex's sounds have been heard by millions of people





Joris writes music and likes to make new friends all over the world. He has composed music for videogames, films, commercials, musical theatre and frequently produces pop songs. Being born and raised in a small town in The Netherlands, Joris started out writing musicals for a theatre school, a passion that would develop into a musical career of composing music. After completing his bachelor's degree in MediaMusic, Joris decided to take a big step and move from the Netherlands to Orange County, California, to be involved in even more exciting projects. Joris' duties at Moonwalk are various, including co-writing, additional music, songwriting, production, and score prep 

Additional Team




Professionally trained in Eastern and Western musical styles, her unique journey has carved out a new space within Hollywood, Bollywood, and the international entertainment industry. G is the voice behind the scores from hit Hollywood films such as Disney's Million Dollar Arm, Dreamworks' Hundred Foot Journey, and Imagine Entertainment's Pelé: Birth of a Legend. Her musical career has taken her to collaborate with notable artists such as Justin Timberlake, Carlos Santana, Angeliqué Kidjo, Jared Leto (30 Seconds To Mars), Chris Blue, Brooke Simpson, and Matt McAndrew. --- 





Composer Ghiya Rushidat was born in Saudi Arabia, and raised in Jordan. As one of the few female composers of Arab heritage, Ghiya takes pride in shattering stereotypes about women in film music, and about Middle Eastern women in general. Despite a physical attack after a concert in Jordan, this resilient artist continues to share her voice and her emotive and provocative scores with American audiences. She is especially interested in scoring films not traditionally offered to women, such as big action films. In 2014, Ghiya moved to Las Angeles. Upon her arrival, she composed her first Hollywood film, Pen of Mirrors (starring Eric Roberts). Her melodic, dissonant, and layered score quickly gained wide critical acclaim, and has lead to steady work in Hollywood, on films, television, and video games. --- 




Keeley Bumford is a singer, songwriter and producer based in Los Angeles, CA. You can hear her artist projects via Dresage (Named one of Grimy Goods' 15 artists to watch in 2019) & More Giraffes, a playful forward thinking pop duo on All Points Records. Her voice, songs and productions have been featured in TV, films and advertisements such as Disney, Windex, UNIQLO, Coca Cola, Apple, Riverdale on The CW, Station 19 on ABC and most recently covering "Sweet Dreams" in the trailer for Disney's "A Wrinkle in Time." 





Holly Mead began playing piano and composing her own songs at the age of seven and never stopped. She holds a BA in jazz studies and has toured internationally, both as a solo artist and with her ensemble. Currently, she composes music for film and games and maintains a teaching studio in the Bay Area. Her compositions have been featured at the San Francisco International Film Festival, the Morris Graves Museum of Art, and as part of Nick Offerman's fundraising campaign for Would Works. She recently published a musical adventure book for beginning pianists called "Rhapsody's Tale".  




Nikhil Koparkar is a composer, performing artist and multi-instrumentalist who creates compelling scores, songs and sound design for Film, Video Games, TV & VR. His music can be found in feature-films, web-series, games and TV underscore for Discovery Channel/TLC Network. He is the lead composer/arranger for NATURE OF ALL THINGS, an orchestral album featuring folk instruments of India and the Far East. In 2018, he was nominated for a Hollywood Music In Media Award in the “World Music” category for his work on the album. He is currently the sound designer on the highly anticipated sequel to the game, “Clicker Heroes”, which ranks on Steam as one of their top 10 most played games. In 2014, he was the composer for the popular YouTube web-series, “Brownies” which garnered millions of views over it’s three season run. Through both his composition work and his albums, he has been featured in The Huffington Post, Music Connection and AXS.com 


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Of all the things he’s done professionally, George Alistair Sanger loves songwriting—especially with the Moonwalk team—for being among the most effective and powerful assets he can bring to the game audio table.

Sanger’s hits include such sound-barrier-breaking greats as Loom, Wing Commander I and II, The 7th Guest I and II, NASCAR Racing, Putt-Putt Saves the Zoo, and ATF. He was recording orchestral instruments for games as early as 1992, pressing to raise the quality of the gaming experience by using live instruments, lyrics, music videos, and digital recordings in games when they had not been used before. He was Audio Director and first audio hire of the AR pioneers at Magic Leap, and received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Game Audio Network Guild (GANG) in 2015. Sanger currently leads audio for Soulstorm, the long-anticipated epic follow-up to the beloved series of Oddworld games.



Bev and Cliff Nelson are not only songwriting partners, but also married. The pair has been Coordinators of the Los Angeles N.S.A.I. (Nashville Songwriters Association International), Orange County N.S.A.I., the OC9 Music Group, and currently are part of a new team of successful and award winning songwriters at The Song Benefactory. Cliff and Bev have had publishing deals both in Los Angeles and Nashville. The team has had radio airplay on major country stations, and on Sirius/XM radio. They have had their music played by ESPN for Major League Baseball, College Football, and the National Hockey League. They have written songs for a television commercial, podcasts, video games, a Disney pilot, independent films, and numerous independent cuts. They have had their songs featured in numerous theater productions in Los Angeles and surrounding area. They wrote a musical in which all of the music was co-written by them. They completed a song for the United Way charity that was featured at their anniversary celebration. Cliff has had the opportunity to be a sound engineer for Motown legends The Four Tops at a charity event , and was also offered a contract, along with his band, to be on the television show Nashville Star. Cliff and Bev have worked on various musical projects, for many years, with Kraft-Engel Music Producer, Adam Gubman.

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