As a music producer and arranger, Tyler Castleton’s credits include award-winning albums for LDS artists Michael McLean, Jericho Road, Hilary Weeks, Kenneth Cope, Jenny Phillips, Cherie Call, Jenny Oaks Baker, Providence, and George Dyer, as well as many of the recent “Especially for Youth” music albums for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Tyler is also the co-creator and co-producer of the best-selling women’s albums “Women of Destiny.” Tyler’s songs can be heard on over a hundred LDS and Christian recordings by artists including Grammy Award-winner Gladys Knight, Marie Osmond, The Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Julie de Azevedo, Eclipse, The Jets, and country music superstar Martina McBride. Over the years, Tyler toured the country as a Music Director and keyboardist for numerous music artists and groups including Kurt Bestor, Kenneth Cope, Jericho Road, Cherie Call and Smith 4.


As a film and TV composer, Tyler has written music for National Geographic, Animal Planet, ABC Monday Night Movie, NuSkin International, PBS Television, WordPerfect, the Sundance Film Festival, Yellowstone National Park, and BYU-TV. He also created musical scores and arrangements for the BYU Young Ambassadors, BYU-Idaho, Tuacahn Theater and Provo’s Freedom Festival. Tyler has been honored by the Faith Centered Music Association numerous times, including Pearl Awards for Producer and Songwriter of the Year.