Benjamin Stitt is a German composer and musician, splitting his time between LA and Berlin. He graduated from the prestigious Berklee College of Music summa cum laude and since then has worked on various projects and albums. Currently he is wrapping up his work on the four part documentary series ‘A Murder in Plymouth’ directed and produced by 5-time Emmy award winner John MacGibbon which is set to be release on later this year. His credits also included sound design on various records including Aliya Cycon’s Album ‘Prayer’. Furthermore he has also already worked with multi-award winning german actor and Filmmaker Leonard Carow and his music has been featured in campaign videos for non-profit organisations such as the Sea Shepard Conservation Society. Last summer he released his Debut EP ‘In the Dawn of My Days’ which was featured on various music blogs and landed him features on channels like 'Alex Rainbird Music' and 'Indie Folk Central', with the song ‘Fade’ also being included on Indie Folk Centrals ‘Best Indie Folk of 2018’ compilation which has reached over 1.3 million views so far. In early 2019 he started a Neo-Classical side project under the alias ‘Async Ross’ and since then has released four solo piano pieces together with NY based label Sonder House Music.