Alan Williams is an award-winning Hollywood film composer, author and compelling global speaker. In addition to his role as Principal at Auorm Group, he is the President and CEO of Silverscreen Music Inc, owner of Quinate Publishing music publishing company.
Alan has created experience workshops to address Innovation and Creative-Change that enable leaders and teams to learn and apply creativity and innovation. There are also an array of related tools to assist leaders and teams to innovate and change.
Alan has traveled the world teaching the innovation process in global business, education and other organizations in more than 30 countries. The innovation process is cross-cultural and bridges socio-economic groups and applies to executives, team members, support staff and students.
With more than 100 motion picture and television credits, Alan’s scores include the Academy Award nominated IMAX film, Amazon, Sony Pictures Classics’ Mark Twain’s America in 3D and some of the highest rated movies made for television. Alan composed the award-winning score to the animated film, “The Princess and the Pea” and also co-wrote the original songs with award winning Lyricist David Pomeranz as well as the Student Academy Award winning short “Pajama Gladiator”. His score to "Estefan" received an Annie nomination for best original score. He has been awarded the Insight Award for Excellence for his score to “Kilimanjaro: To the Roof of Africa”, 13 Accolade Awards for Best Original Score, 10 Park City Film Music Festival Gold Medal for Excellence awards as well as his score to “Crab Orchard” being named as one of the Top 20 Film Scores of 2005. Alan has received six Global Music Awards for his albums “The Cinema Collection”, “The Documentary Collection”, "Patriots of Freedom", "Cinema Voce", "The Princess and the Pea" and "The Christmas Carol Collection" and a Prestige Film Gold Award for his score to “Cowgirls n’ Angels.”
Alan resides with his wife and children in Los Angeles, CA.