Film and soundtrack composer who created the score for "Trinity and Beyond: The Atomic Bomb Movie" from 1995. He also worked with a number of top musicians on their albums.
His earliest film scores included "State of Fear" from 1988, "Order of the Eagle" from 1989, and "Edge of Honor" from 1991.
He reconstructed and conducted film scores from the Golden Age of Hollywood, usually recording with the Brandenburg Philharmonic on the RCA label.
His father William R. Stromberg was a filmmaker who exposed him to the art of cinema from a young age. His two sons,
He conducted albums devoted to the works of Max Steiner, Alfred Newman, and Adolph Deutsch, among others.