Nathan Grigg is an American composer, sound designer, and sound programmer who has been composing music for games since the early 90's. He started playing piano when he was six years old and was able to memorize his ideas which led him to music composition. From 1989 to 1991, he studied music composition with Peter Winkler and Randlette, and from 1991 to 1992 studied with Janice Gitek. In 1992 Nathan graduated the Evergreen State College with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Later, he and his wife Elizabeth started Orca Games and composed music for Alexandria, and composed the music and sound to his first video game, Sylvester & Tweety in Cagey Capers for the Sega Genesis. Nathan currently works at Monolith, where he still composes video game music to this day. His best known work is for the F.E.A.R. games.
Nathan said this about his game music:
Nathan created MIDI files and used GEMS to convert to the Sega Genesis.
Grigg used the moniker Orca Games during his time with the company.