A glance at the credits of Honorary Emmy Award-winning composer Joshua Myers would suggest the career of an experienced, seasoned veteran. Experience he has, but seasoned veteran? Not really-he's only 38. Soon after finishing his Bachelor's Degree in Music Composition from California State University in 2000, Myers was making a name for himself in Hollywood, composing music for landmark TV shows such as Friends (NBC) and America's Got Talent (ABC). At the same time, he was working as a record producer in the indie rock world, crafting critically acclaimed albums for Sufjan Stevens, Jeremy Enigk (Sunny Day Real Estate, The Fire Theft), and Rosie Thomas (Sub Pop). Being a classically-trained composer and an indie rock staple gives Myers a truly unique approach to creating music, allowing him to keep his feet in both worlds and consistently bring the best of both to the table. Myers has also seen great success in business. In 2004 he co-founded Cinecue, a custom score and music library company that boasts over 3,500 broadcast-ready instrumental tracks. Cinecue has placed music in thousands of episodes of television and hundreds of feature films. The company has also produced custom music for dozens of ad campaigns. Most recently Cinecue created the music and sonic identity of the popular, long-running "Flo" campaign for Progressive Insurance.