Zachary Ostroff is a young bassist, film composer, multi-instrumentalist, singer, and environmental entrepreneur. In 2019, Ostroff has been recording the debut EP of his band Big Butterfly; composing soundtracks for films; and leading development of the world’s first 3D printed compostable recyclable surfboards. In 2018, he performed with musicians like Ibrahim Maalouf, Angelique Kidjo, Louis Cole, and Wynton Marsalis. In 2016, he premiered “Vote for Home” the first web video series to feature well-known musical artists discussing the current impact of climate change on hometowns in the United States, while helping register viewers to vote in the upcoming 2016 US election. In 2014, Ostroff performed for President Obama and the UN in New York City during COP20 and made his debut performance as a leader at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C.. He was featured in the HBO Series A YoungArts Masterclass performing with Joshua Bell in New York and London. He’s performed at jazz festivals and concert venues internationally.