We hear from a variety of film and TV composers about how they got started, what influenced them, and how they approach creating music for movies, TV shows, and other projects. Brian Wilbur Grundstrom composed music for several short films and an opera. He talks about how emerging composers shouldn't be afraid to be involved with non-film related projects, because the skills learned from those projects could be useful for a future gig. Charles-Henri Avelange, who grew up in Cannes, France, studied filmmaking and music composition at one of the most prestigious film schools in France. After realizing that he had to make the move to the USA to really try to break into the entertainment business, he built his resume composing music for the Seattle International Film Festival and several independent feature films. Finally, Blake Neely, the composer of CW's The Flash, Arrow, Supergirl, and Legends of Tomorrow, talks about how he got his start in Hollywood working at Disney for composers ...