COMPOSER, PRODUCER, SOUND DESIGNER
"A work of digital and analogue wizardry" - Robert Pycior taps into the human experience transporting audiences with his unique style. He partners with filmmakers to capture & convey every moment's emotional and textural sentiment.
A skilled instrumentalist, Robert offers an exceptional range to customize music and manifest soundscapes.
The score — by Robert Pycior — is so atmospherically perfect, it’s immediately noticeable as a strong element that supports the whole picture
Alves cleverly withholds Robert Pycior’s score until the finale, where it unleashes a sullen piano sonata that begs for your tears and earns them
- The Playlist
...key musicians (like string player Robert Pycior) – a luxury not normally afforded on the limited music budget of an independent film...
- Indie Wire (on Pycior's instrumental work on Nathan Halpern's Swallow score)
The more traditional horror beats for What Josiah Saw are expressed via Robert Pycior’s string-heavy score. Pycior going is strong and loud, making the instruments literally scream as they grab onto the heart and give it a good squeeze
- The Hollywood News