Ryan Fogleman is a musician based in Southern Oregon. Throughout their career, Ryan has had the privilege of working with mentors and collaborators locally and internationally - such Mark Eliot Jacobs, Christine Eggert, Daniel Kocurek, Dean Andre, Daphné Baiwir, and Plueschkatze. Their composition, production and arrangement skills have been utilized on genre-spanning projects, from delicate chamber music and atmospheric film scores to bubblegum pop and trap beats. Ryan's passion for discovery drives them to constantly push the limits of their comfort zone and explore new creative avenues, such as the experimental audiovisual pieces "lovely, sweet dreams" (2018) and "now.then.never" (2019) created for the Oregon Fringe Festival.
Ryan gives private lessons locally and remotely, with custom curricula for each student based on their interests in guitar, songwriting, composition, virtual orchestration, production, and so on. In addition to their work as a composer, producer and teacher, Ryan is also an accomplished performer who is proficient in a variety of instruments. Coming from an academic background in the classical and jazz guitar repertoires to more recent auto-didactic pursuits across the instrumental spectrum, they have played guitar, bass, strings, piano, synthesizers, percussion and beyond in musicals such as Spring Awakening, bands, and session recordings. Ryan looks forward to continuing to grow and evolve as an artist, pursuing new opportunities and bringing sounds to even more ears around the world.