Timofei Goriashin (born 1989 in St. Petersburg) is a guitarist, music teacher, and media composer who was born and raised in a family of musicians. He graduated from St. Petersburg State University of Culture and Arts with a major in "big band performer (guitar)" in 2018. He started his musical journey at the age of 15 when he became a member of various musical bands, where he explored different genres, from punk rock to psychedelic rock, with inclusions of various techniques and instruments.

From 2016 to 2021, he worked as a guitar teacher at a children's music school. Since 2021, he has been conducting private guitar lessons. In 2021, he relocated to Moscow to pursue studies at the Sound Design Institute and graduated with honors in 2022. He is also recognized for his work as an author of music for trailer libraries.

Starting in 2020, Timofei has been involved as a composer in the production of nine short films. He achieved notable success, winning the “Native Instruments” competition in 2021. Additionally, he reached the finals of the “ArtMasters-2022” Creative Competence Championship in the category of "Media Composer." During the championship finale, he collaborated with a live symphony orchestra.