Ryan Huff began his career with an apprenticeship to Matt Goldman, audio engineer of Glow In The Dark recording studio, he was launched into the world of sound engineering. Here he developed an ear to critique and craft sound with precise discretion. With a strong suit in ambient sound and minimalism, Ryan was attracted to the work of Micah Stansell. This led him to his first film score for The Water and the Blood, which was nationally recognized by Art In America and Burnaway magazine. Ryan also created a percussion strong score to a film by Jefferson Pinder of the Art Institute of Chicago. He has worked alongside artists and production houses including Carlino, Artists Inspiring Action, Hangar 504, Huff Productions, and gloATL for film, performance installations and custom sound design. In all of his work he uses his passion for the visual arts to dictate every measure of sonic influence.