From the pulsing action of World War Z and Logan, to Jordan Peele’s reimagining of The Twilight Zone, Brandon Roberts’ Emmy award-winning music can be found all over the film-scoring world today.

Surrounded by the eclectic musical scene of his hometown, Carmel, CA, Brandon developed his musical interests at a young age earning awards from Clint Eastwood and The Monterey Jazz Festival.  He continued his musical studies at the University Of Southern California and entered the prestigious Scoring for Motion Pictures & Television graduate program.

Upon graduating, Brandon continued composing for films, television and albums in a wide range of styles. Composition projects include such large-scale feature films as A Quiet Place, Logan, The Wolverine, and World War Z. In addition, he has composed for several independent features including The Woman In Black, Warm Bodies, and The Giver.

Brandon’s music can be found in acclaimed television shows as well including Battlestar Galactica, The Twilight Zone, V,TURN: Washington’s Spies, and most recently, Motherland: Fort Salem for Freeform.

Most recently, Brandon received a Primetime Emmy Award for his co-score for the Academy Award Winning Documentary, Free Solo, as well as completed the score for part two of NETFLIX’s horror Trilogy, Fear Street: 1978, with frequent collaborator Marco Beltrami.

Brandon resides in Tarzana, CA and is a dual-citizen of United States and Canada.

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