Ryan Latimer is a composer whose music has been described as 'anarchic and cartoonishly fun' (BBC Radio 3), 'deliciously playful' (Classical Music Magazine) and 'irresistible in its tongue-in-cheek irreverence' (ISCM). His work has been performed internationally by ensembles including the London Symphony Orchestra, BBC Symphony Orchestra, China National Symphony Orchestra, BBC Concert Orchestra, St Petersburg Symphony Orchestra and London Sinfonietta.

In 2021, his debut album was released worldwide on NMC Recordings. 'Allusive, sparkling and emphatically rhythmic' (The Guardian), it reached #2 in the UK Official Charts and received five stars from BBC Music Magazine. He is a regular collaborator with the contemporary dance group, Cohan Collective, and has worked closely with New York-based choreographer Jacqueline Bulnes.

Many of his solo and chamber works have also featured at international festivals, including Darmstädter Ferienkurse, Gaudeamus Musiekweek, Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, ISCM World Music Days and Aldeburgh Festival. Ryan is a Lecturer in Music at the University of Birmingham.