Born in Milan, Italy, Niccolò Pacella writes music for visual arts and interactive media. Blending synthesis with the sounds of the orchestra, his style varies from intimate string arrangements and oneiric textures to powerful cinematic orchestrations. In 2022 he graduated from Berklee College of Music where he was awarded the George Delerue Memorial Scholarship, the Film Scoring Department's most prestigious award. In addition to teaching Scoring Technology as a Filmscoring Tutor, during his time at Berklee he scored multiple short films and worked as audio lead, composer and technical sound designer for various shipped Video Game Projects. Thanks to the Wachter Fellowship he was able to move to Los Angeles immediately after graduating, where he is based today. He currently works at Bleeding Fingers.