Paul Intson is a Canadian multi-award winning composer recognized in animation and live action drama. His specialty is composing accessible music that portrays complex emotional narratives. Each score is entirely unique; his influences are the storyline at hand and his toolbox for creating include instrumentalists and artists worldwide.
Paul began composing for modern dance and media and television in the mid 80's. In the late 90's, Intson was recruited as Mychael Danna's music editor, instrumentalist and additional composer until 2004. In 2005 his breakaway work on 'Skyland' earned him the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television's Gemini award; he would go on to earn 5 additional nominations as well as a Genie award for his work on Norman Jewison's 'The Statement'. His most recent nomination was in 2013.
In 2014, ‘The Nut Job’ set a new box office record for both highest grossing
Canadian theatrical release and alltime independent animation release.