Audio Impressions Founder

    Christopher L. Stone is an award-winning film, television, and videogame composer. His works have been nominated for, or won, Emmy Awards, Clio Awards, a Cable/Ace Award, and an Oscar. He was awarded ASCAP’s Most Performed Background Scores award six years running. His credits include over twenty feature films and over two thousand TV scores. His music has been performed by the London Symphony Orchestra, and he created the world’s first orchestral score for a video game: “Dragon’s Lair,” which is preserved in the Smithsonian Institute.

    Stone studied conducting in Vienna and composition in Paris with Nadia Boulanger. His classical training equipped him to conduct 100-piece orchestral scores in London for such directors as John Landis.

    Stone’s wide ranging musical expertise shapes the concepts behind Ai’s multiple patented processes.