Brandon Roberts

Emmy Award winning composer Brandon Roberts’ music can be heard in Free Solo, the Academy Award Winning National Geographic Documentary which nominated Brandon and Marco Beltrami for Best Music Composition for a Documentary. From the pulsing action of World War Z, Logan, to the period drama of AMC’s TURN: Washington Spies, Brandon Roberts’ music can be found all over the film-scoring world today.

Upon graduating from the USC Scoring for Motion Pictures and Television graduate program, Brandon continued composing for films, television and albums in a wide range of styles. Composition projects include large-scale feature films such as the horror film A Quiet Place (parts I & II), Logan, The Wolverine, and Paramount’s World War Z. In addition, he has composed for several other features including The Woman In Black, Warm Bodies, The Giver, and Amazon Studios’ Black Box

Brandon’s music can be found in acclaimed television shows including Battlestar Galactica, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, V, and AMC’s Revolutionary War spy drama, TURN: Washington’s Spies. Brandon’s recent co-scores with frequent collaborator Marco Beltrami include the CBS All Access reboot of The Twilight Zone now in it’s 2nd season narrated by Jordan Peele, the Fox horror feature Underwater starring Kristen Stewart, and the Focus Features political documentary The Way I See It. Brandon’s other recent scores include the Universal Pictures biopic Unbroken: Path To Redemption and the Freeform Sci-Fi TV series Motherland: Fort Salem. Brandon’s upcoming scores include additional music on the Paramount feature Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse starring Michael B. Jordan, as well as two films he is co-scoring with Marco Beltrami: Netflix’s horror sequel Fear Street 2  and the Lionsgate sci-fi adventure feature Chaos Walking starring Tom Holland and Daisy Ridley.

Brandon developed his musical interests at a young age earning awards from Clint Eastwood and The Monterrey Jazz Festival. He began writing for orchestra and soon entered into the prestigious USC Scoring for Motion Pictures and Television graduate program, where he studied with industry greats including Elmer Bernstein and David Raksin. Brandon currently resides in Tarzana, CA.