Emmy Award winning composer Brandon Roberts’ music can be heard all over the scoring world today. From the Academy Award winning documentary Free Solo, to the pulsing action of World War Z and Logan, to the surreal reimagining of Jordan Peele’s Twilight Zone and the period horror of Fear Street 1978.
Upon graduating from the USC Scoring for Motion Pictures & Television program, Brandon began composing for films, television and albums in a wide range of styles. Projects include such large-scale feature films as A Quiet Place (I and II), Logan, Chaos Walking, and World War Z. In addition, he has composed for several independent features including: The Woman In Black (I and II), Warm Bodies, The Giver, and Unbroken: Path To Redemption.
Brandon’s music can be found in acclaimed television shows as well, including Battlestar Galactica, V, AMC’s Revolutionary War spy drama, TURN: Washington’s Spies, and Freeform’s Motherland: Fort Salem. Brandon’s recent co-scores with frequent collaborator Marco Beltrami include Jordan Peele’s CBS All Access reboot of The Twilight Zone, the Fox horror feature Underwater starring Kristen Stewart, and the Focus Features political documentary The Way I See It which earned a Critic’s Choice Award for best documentary score. The popular summer Netflix horror trilogy, Fear Street, featured a co-score with Beltrami (Fear Street: Part 2) as well as additional music in Pt1 and Pt2. Brandon’s other recent scores include additional music on the Paramount feature Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse starring Michael B. Jordan.
Most recently, Brandon co-scored AMC’s mind-bending sci-fi series, Pantheon, as well as scored Eli Roth’s virtual reality Halloween film Trick VR Treat. Recent feature film projects include completing scoring for the upcoming sequel for Pet Sematary for Paramount Pictures and MGM’s true-story plane drama, On A Wing And A Prayer.
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 renowned Scoring for Motion Pictures & Television graduate program where he studied with industry greats including Elmer Bernstein and Christopher Young. Brandon resides in Tarzana, CA.