Dimiter Yordanov is a composer, singer, and pianist based in Seattle, Washington. He is best known for creating all the music in documentary series "The Kindness Diaries" as well as composing original scores for titles such as "You Cannot Kill David Arquette" and "Bad Country". He is often recognized for his proficiency with multiple instruments and styles of music, including a repertoire of classical piano works. Dimiter was born in Plovdiv, Bulgaria months before he and his family migrated to the United States where they eventually settled in Seattle, Washington. He studied Architecture at University of Washington for a year before dropping out to pursue a career in music. Dimiter has since scored numerous films and television series, while also writing, producing, and releasing several albums as a singer-songwriter, frequently performing live between Seattle and Los Angeles.