Los Angeles based Jesse Clayton Stolar is an American composer, producer and an established touring keyboardist. At age six, Clayton attended the University of Michigan Piano Pedagogy Program and at age eleven, he performed at Preservation Hall (New Orleans). Directly out of high school, Jesse began his professional touring and studio career, working with members of Frank Zappa and the Jerry Garcia Band, as well as Robby Krieger of The Doors. In 2014, Clayton co-founded the production team Citizun, and earned composing credits for the Netflix Marvel series "Jessica Jones" and the Showtime series "Roadies." Clayton successfully shifted to film composing after scoring more than five shorts, which in turn won awards at the Royal Starr Film Festival (Detroit, MI) and Westfield International Film Festival (Westfield, NJ). Clayton is currently at work on his first Orchestral album, and is also collaborating with multi-platinum and Grammy nominated engineer Benny Steele.