Krisztian Shom (known as Som Krisztián in Hungary) (born 25 May 1975) is an award-winning Hungarian music composer, a graduate sound engineer and a producer. Over the past 27 years, he has composed music and produced sound for more than 150 productions, creating over 1200 compositions. His diverse portfolio includes contributions to films, TV series, music bands, commercials, navigation systems, and more.
Shom currently resides and works in Budapest, Hungary (EU). He is widely recognized in his home country as the composer and producer of the music for Hungary's most famous production: the daily TV series 'Baratok kozt', which ran on Hungarian RTL from 1998 to 2021.
His works stand out for their integration of unique electronic music sounds with traditional orchestral arrangements in film scores and pop music featuring catchy melodies in the mainstream. Additionally, he takes on roles as a singer and musician in his projects.
As a producer, he also oversees entire multimedia productions from inception to completion. Together with his team, they handle tasks such as image photography, web design, and the creation of music videos for their projects.