Justin Burnett

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Justin Caine Burnett (born May 2, 1973) is an American film and video game music composer.


Justin Burnett started his career working for Hans Zimmer from 1995 through 2000. During this tenure he worked on films such as Broken Arrow, As Good as it Gets, The Prince of Egypt, The Road to El Dorado, and Gladiator. From 2000 through present day, Burnett is also known for his work with famed film composer Harry Gregson-Williams. With Harry Gregson-Williams, Burnett has worked on films such as Spy Game, Phone Booth, Veronica Guerin, Passionada, Man on Fire, Déjà Vu, The Taking of Pelham 123, Unstoppable, and Cowboys & Aliens. Additionally, Burnett also worked with Walter Werzowa at Musikvergnuegen from 2000 to 2005 on many commercials, movie trailers and network branding projects.

Film scoring[edit]

Justin Burnett scored his first feature film Possums which was featured in 1998 at the Sundance Film Festival. His second notable film was the film based on the video game, Dungeons & Dragons, was released in theaters in 2000. Ending his time at Remote Control Productions, It was 2000 that Burnett began his collaboration with Harry Gregson-Williams. In 2005, Burnett composed the music for the film An American Haunting under the pseudonym Caine Davidson. Since then, Burnett has composed the music for many other films such as I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer, Iron Cross, Crave, Java Heat as well as many others.



Year Title Director Studio(s) Notes
1998 Possums Max Burnett Monarch Home Video
Drive Charles Sapadin Short film
2000 Dungeons & Dragons Courtney Solomon New Line Cinema
Silver Pictures
2004 Sunflower Cathy Ziehl
2005 Venice Underground Eric DelaBarre
2005 Cat Fight Jerry McNutt Short film
2005 Worms Jerry McNutt Short film
2005 An American Haunting Courtney Solomon After Dark Films
Remstar Productions
MediaPro Studios
Credited as Caine Davidson
2006 I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer Sylvain White Destination Films
Original Film
2007 The Gray Man Scott Flynn RavenWolf Films
2008 The Cyber Man Brendan Sheppard Documentary
2008 Ring of Death Bradford May Television film
2009 Slaughter Stewart Hopewell After Dark Films
2009 The Bleeding Charlie Picerni
2009 Iron Cross Joshua Newton Composed with Roger Bellon and Joshua Field
2012 Crave Charles de Lauzirika Phase 4 Films
2013 Java Heat Conor Allyn IFC Films
IM Global
2013 Anniversario Jeffrey Dechausse Short film
2013 Getaway Courtney Solomon Warner Bros. Pictures
Dark Castle Entertainment
2013 But with a Whisper Robert Sexton Short film
2013 Of Gods and Kings: The Skyros Horse Jen Miller
Sophie Dia Pegrum
Short film
2014 Roadkill Samir Arabzadeh Short film
2019 After Jenny Gage Cal Maple/Aviron Pictures
Additional music credits
Year Title Main Composer Notes
2002 Passionada Harry Gregson-Williams
2003 Veronica Guerin
2004 Man on Fire Harry Gregson-Williams
Lisa Gerrard
2010 Twelve Harry Gregson-Williams
2011 Cowboys & Aliens
2013 The Call John Debney
2014 The Equalizer Harry Gregson-Williams

TV series[edit]

Year Title Creator Studio(s) Notes
1999 Rescue 77 Gregory Widen Spelling Television Episode: "Remember Me: Part 1"
Episode: "Remember Me: Part 2"
2000–01 Die Motorrad-Cops – Hart am Limit [de]
2007 The Kill Point James DeMonaco Lions Gate Television
Mandeville Films
2016 Alarm für Cobra 11 N/A Action Concept Episode: "Liebesgrüße aus Moskau"

Video games[edit]

Year Title Developer Publisher Notes
2006 SOCOM U.S. Navy SEALs: Fireteam Bravo 2 Zipper Interactive Sony Computer Entertainment
2007 Syphon Filter: Logan's Shadow Bend Studio Sony Computer Entertainment Composed with Azam Ali and Jonathan Mayer
SOCOM U.S. Navy SEALs: Tactical Strike Slant Six Games Sony Computer Entertainment
2008 SOCOM U.S. Navy SEALs: Confrontation Slant Six Games Sony Computer Entertainment
2012 Unit 13 Zipper Interactive Sony Computer Entertainment
2015 Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Kojima Productions Konami Composed with Ludvig Forssell and Daniel James
Music produced by Harry Gregson-Williams

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