Saeed Shahram is a noted composer with over 60 feature-length movie soundtracks to his credit since 1983. His accomplishments include awards for the film "Two Sides of a Coin" and "Abadanies", the latter winning the prize for Best Film at the 1994 International Film Festival in Locarno, Switzerland. He studied composition, electronic music, and completed Dastgah under Mr. Pour Torab and Master Karimi in 1983. He has been composing full-time since then. Shahram moved to the United States in 1994 and has been traveling back to Iran periodically, especially since 2006, to compose a variety of scores for award-winning films, such as "Lonesome Trees" director Saeed Ebrahimefar. Currently, Shahram has several scores for film and television projects in production. He resides in Seattle, Washington and has been serving on the board of the Seattle Composers Alliance since 2001. He is also a member of ASCAP.