Matthew Rogers is an award winning music producer, composer and multi-instrumentalist based in Vancouver, Canada.
As a film composer he has composed numerous soundtracks for documentarites, animations, feature films, short films, television movies and series. He has been nominated for nine Leo awards, winning the award three times. His Music has been featured on "The Good Wife", "CSI", "Blue Bloods", "NCIS", "Arctic Air" and "How Do They Do It?".
In the past decade Matthew has worked as a producer and arranger on over forty albums. His work has won three Western Canadian Music Awards. His own group, The Harpoonist & the Axe Murderer has won a Sirius XM 'Indie', two Western Canadian Music Awards, and has been nominated for a Juno award, and four Maple Blues Awards.
A recipient of the Vancouver New Music Young Composes award in 2003, Matthew was commissioned by the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, the Vancouver Chinese Music Ensemble, the Laudate Singers, and Vancouver New Music. He is a graduate of the University of British Columbia Composition program as well as the renowned Capilano College Jazz Studies program.