Paul F. Henderson is a Colombian-American composer and multimedia designer. He was born in Summit, New Jersey, and raised in Bogota, Colombia. His passion for music began when he saw its impact on film, video games, and other forms of multimedia. At the age of 19, he moved to Davie, Florida, where he attended during 7 years the College Living Experience (CLE), a program for young adults with learning disabilities. He was one of the founders of its Student Leadership Council.


He composed the music for both the 2013, and 2017 Halloween "Haunted houses" in CLE. In 2019, Paul created a media room which would allow the students who were into music to use that room for music composition, improvising, or improving their piano skills.


He composes his own tracks inspired by video clips from popular films creating interesting soundtracks and designing their album covers. 

Paul is always in search of new ideas and opportunities to collaborate with other musicians. On June 20th, 2019, he released his first soundtrack: "The Adventure Begins" followed by "Jazzy Trip" and other 34 soundtracks. His work is available on this site and also on SoundCloud, Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Bandcamp, Youtube Music, and other digital music platforms.

Henderson is currently a student at Miami Dade College, where he is strengthening his knowledge in music and applying it to his new projects.


John Williams, Hans Zimmer, James Horner, Alan Silvestri, Brian Tyler, Jerry Goldsmith, Michael Giacchino, James Newton Howard, Harry Gregson-Williams, John Powell, Danny Elfman, Randy Newman, Thomas Newman, David Newman, Alexandre Desplat, Ludwig Göransson, are amongst his favorite composers.


Paul was born in Summit, New Jersey at Overlook Hospital. He was born with epilepsy, due to lack of oxygen. His parents knew about Glenn Doman, a physiotherapist who founded The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential (IHAHP).