SPENCER CREAGHAN co-composer/arrangement
“Drake... there's like, over 250 tracks per song....we need to stop....” —Spencer Creaghan
Spencer Creaghan is a Multi-SOCAN-Award-winning and JUNO nominated Film & Modern Media Composer. An alumni of the Canadian Film Centre’s prestigious Slaight Family Music Lab, he has written music for over 100 films of Feature and Short length, along with Plays, acclaimed Webseries, Advertisements, Bumper Logos, Video Games, and a children’s Theme Park.
He is most known for his music for the hit series’ Teenagers and All For One; the thrilling Dark-comedy, Nobody Famous; and the Jean-Claude Van Damme & Dolph Lundgren action thriller Black Water; with soundtracks being released through the prestigious Milan Records in Los Angeles. His music has been heard in festivals around the globe, including, TIFF’s Canada Top 10, Cannes Film Festival, and the Sundance Film Festival.
He provides synth design, production, additional music, and programming work as assistant to esteemed Canadian composer Lesley Barber, most recently contributing to the Amazon Studios comedy Late Night, the Netflix romantic comedy Irreplaceable You, and the upcoming political thriller American Woman. Outside the film world, Creaghan creates grand orchestral arrangements for many Symphonic Metal acts world-wide - most known for his work on the JUNO nominated album “Martyr” by Cradle of Filth’s Lindsay Schoolcraft and Evanescence’s Rocky Gray. His work in video games led him to writing music for the Ubisoft First-Person-Shooter Tom Clancy: Shadowbreak.
When not composing for media, Spencer produces grandiose records fusing many different styles of music, often in unexpected ways. Recent of which is the Symphonic Metal Opera Di Amorte: The Red Opera, featuring musicians from Symphony X, Sylencer, Black Crown Initiate, and Cradle of Filth.
In a collaboration with HARD Music, Creaghan has written and produced an epic cinematic journey, aptly labeled Empathica; fusing orchestral trailer music, stadium rock, gospel choirs, Irish and Norse folk instruments, and heavy metal into an album none have dared before.