Fan Zhang is a sound designer, composer, and multi-instruments musician based in New York. Her music reflects her eclectic background as a classically trained composer, electronic artist, and jazz musician. Her design focus on creating distinctive sounds which blur the boundaries between sound design and musical composition. 

Some of her recent credits include: Redeem (Cincinnati Ballet), Calling (La MaMa Theatre), Beautiful Day Without You (West End) Interstate (Theatre Row),  Girl From Nowhere (New York Musical Festival), Scissoring (INTAR), A Footnote In History (New Ohio Theatre), Tania In The Gateway Van (The Flea Theatre), Booze (Origin Theatre), The Ideal Obituary (The Tank), Cannibal Galaxy (New Ohio Theatre), Salesman (Rough Draft Festival), The Mecca's Tale (The Sheen Center), Seven Guitars (Yale Repertory Theatre), You think You'd better go( Princeton University), Return On A Snowy Night (National Centre for the Performing Arts of China). 

She also served as film sound engineer for China Film Group Corporation and Australia-based, award-winning post-production company Soundfirm(20th Century Fox). She holds an MFA in sound design from Yale School of Drama.