Aidan Lytton is a Canadian Sound Designer & Composer. He graduated from the Sound Design for Visual Media program at Vancouver Film School in 2020, and holds a BA in multidisciplinary studies from the University of Calgary. 

Aidan began his first explorations with sound creation at the age of twelve, when he sat down and started plunking away at keys on the piano. More recently his work and schooling have led him to develop skills in field recording, foley, audio editing, mixing, and game audio implementation. Aidan is passionate about audio immersion, he endeavours to create lush and detailed sonic worlds that transport and transform the listener. 

Highlights of his career so far include: 

-Developing live foley as well as prerecorded soundscapes for the theatre production It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play, produced by Lunchbox Theatre in Calgary, AB 
-Creating the multichannel sound installation Caverns of Sound, which was presented publically by the Arts Commons in Calgary, AB 
-Performing and recording foley for season three of the Syfy channel series Van Helsing 
-Working on a variety of independent short films, including Noonright produced by Castle Acadia, which won the Telus Story Hive digital short competition in 2016, and received “Best Animation” at the Canada Independent Film Festival in 2017 
-Composing and implementing music for the short 3D platformer game Space Jan: Mech Janitor

Aidan looks forward to continuing to take on a range of diverse projects as he explores this beautiful medium.