Trey Toy

Trey Toy is a Los Angeles-based composer, producer, guitarist and electronic musician. He is known primarily for his work in film and television and has contributed music to a wide range of projects, including Emmy Award-winning shows such as Ozark (Netflix) and Vikings (History Channel).

A storyteller first and foremost, Trey has a subtle but bold narrative sense and has been recognized by filmmakers and collaborators for his unique ability to elevate on-screen drama. Distinguished by an elegant blend of organic sounds, acoustic instruments, modern electronics and blockbuster production quality, Trey’s music is informed by a myriad of influences, from orchestral music to experimental jazz, Gregorian chant to industrial rock.

Recent credits include additional music for the Apple TV+ hit series Foundation, AMC’s flagship Fear the Walking Dead, Netflix Original Series Pieces of Her, Tokyo Vice for HBO MAX and Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. for ABC. Trey wrote additional music and produced the scores for the Netflix originals Castlevania, based on the beloved game series, and Another Life, the final season of which he co-composed with Trevor Morris. Trey also provided additional orchestrations for the Golden Globe-nominated film, A Private War.

Trey co-scored the IFC Midnight feature thriller Centigrade with Matthew Wang and worked with Trevor Morris on the original score for The Delicacy, a feature-length documentary by Jason Wise, creator of the SOMM Series. He also teamed up with Danny Bensi and Saunder Juriaans on the CNNOriginal Series, LBJ: Triumph and Tragedy and on 69: The Saga of Danny Hernandez, for Hulu. He is currently scoring the Peacock original Who Killed Robert Wone alongside Tyler Strickland.

Beyond the world of visual media, Trey composed the original scores for the feature-length audio drama Ghostwriter, starring Kate Mara and Adam Scott, and the upcoming fantasy-adventure podcast series Intra Quest for iHeart Radio.