Victor Hugo Fumagalli is a composer from Switzerland.
In 2012 composed the score for short fiction film, Homo Sapiens Cyborg. The film was selected at the Locarno Film Festival, Switzerland. Consequently earning him a place on the Masters composing for film course, at the prestigious National Film and Television School in Beaconsfield (UK).
In 2013 he won the first prize for best Soundtrack for the animation Valentine at the Short Films Festival RACCorti Sociali in Tuscany. In 2015 his music for the documentaryPlinio Romaneschi: l'uomo volante (made for RSI LA1, swiss channel TV) gained a nomination for Best Soundtrack for TV at the Jerry Goldsmith Awards .
Before attending the National Film & Televison School Fumagalli did a BA in sound design at IED in Milan whilst also attending music for film workshops in Rome, Tuscany, and Austria - studying with composers Conrad Pope (Tim's Vermeer), Carlo Siliotto (The Punisher), Ludovic Bource (The Artist) and Stefano Caprioli (Come Due Coccodrilli).