Jina Hyojin An is a South Korean composer for film and visual media currently based in Los Angeles. She has worked for award winning composer, Ruth Mendelson for the new upcoming documentary, Mongolian Chronicles (2018) and Dr. Jane Goodall’s audio version of her classic, My Life with the Chimpanzees (2018). She is currently under Oscar-winning composer Mychael Danna’s music team working on various films and television shows.
Jina has had the opportunity to compose music for various films. Freelancers Anonymous, a comedy feature directed by Sonia Sebastian, premiered at the Inside Out festival in Toronto. She also worked with director Mina Fitzpatrick on the documentary, A Letter for Sangah, premiered at the St. Louis International Film Festival along with CAAM Fest, one of the biggest Asian American film festivals in the US.
During her studies at Berklee College of Music, the Berklee Film scoring faculty recognized her original voice and sincerity in her music. In March 2016, she was awarded the Georges Delerue Award, awarded to the top student of the department, for recognition of her outstanding music and a promising future as a film composer.