Award-winning composer with the Golden Eye "Best International Film Music" at the Zurich Film Festival, the “Best Music Score” at the Filmapalooza 48HFP International film festival in Orlando or the "Best Original Music" award at the Aniwow! festival in Beijing,  Laurent Courbier got his career started alongside Erwann Kermorvant to score French tv series such as Braquo, Section Zero or La Vengeance Aux Yeux Clairs and with Armand Amar as an arranger and additional composer on feature films such as Belle et Sébastien 3 : Le dernier chapitre and Mia & the White Lion. In the USA, he has the opportunity to collaborate with Guillaume Roussel and writes some tracks on the Netflix show  Happy! (season 2).


Passionate and always looking for new challenges, he is a part of a variety of projects, from short films (Gobelins, Ringling College of Art & Design, Royal College of Art, Golden Moustache, Ankama) to classical music (album Quella Fiamma with Nathalie Stutzmann), commercials (Nespresso, Renault, General Electrics) and video games (Leikir Studio, Cyanide Studio).

​He studied at the Paris Conservatoire where he graduated in Harmony, Counterpoint (1st prize) and Fugue (1st prize) in Thierry Escaich's class. He also graduated from the Lyon Conservatoire where he got his piano degree with highest honors and studied orchestration with Guillaume Connesson.

​Under the name of De Martenn, he shows a more intimate and personal side by releasing his first piano solo album Departure in november 2018.

© Laurent Courbier 2020