Thomas Vo is a BMI composer who specializes in scores for various forms of media, such as films, games, and trailer music productions. His award-winning techniques has allowed his music to be featured in various blockbuster trailers, such as Exodus: Gods & Kings, The Drop, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, World War Z, John Carter, Prometheus, Jackie Chan's 1911 Revolution, and many other campaigns. Alongside with film trailer credits, Thomas also licensed his music to various television advertisement campaigns, including Toyota, Honda, Ford, HBO, Showtime, Delta Airlines, CBC, CTV BC News, ESPN, Entertainment Tonight Canada, and various other agencies.
Born in Vietnam, Thomas began to play the piano on his own at the age of three. In the year 2000, he emigrated from Vietnam and arrived in the United States when he was 9 years old. In his early years, he was greatly inspired by music teachers that he met in school; this fueled his commitment to music. During his teenage years, he has scored several short film projects for De Anza College Film Festival as well as some films for the Sundance Film Festival. Thomas recently graduated from San José State University with a Bachelor of Art's degree in Aviation Operations and a minor in Business Administrations.
Thomas Vo is currently a composer for the publishers GrooveWrox, Dos Brains, Immediate Music, and Really Slow Motion. While he is working heavily on an upcoming solo album release, Thomas is accepting custom music requests. Please use the "Contact" page to request a quote.