Bear McCreary

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Bear McCreary
Portrait photograph of Bear McCreary
McCreary in 2009
Background information
Born (1979-02-17) February 17, 1979 (age 39)
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States
GenresFilm score, orchestral
Occupation(s)Composer, conductor
Years active1998–present
LabelsLa La Land Records, Sparks and Shadows

Bear McCreary (born February 17, 1979) is an American composer and musician living in Los Angeles. He is best known for his work on the reimagined Battlestar Galactica television series and for the TV series Outlander and The Walking Dead.

McCreary won an Emmy for his main title of Da Vinci's Demons.[1] His most recent Emmy nomination was in 2015 for Outstanding Music Composition for a Series for season one of Outlander.[2]

Early life and education[edit]

McCreary was born in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and spent most of his formative years in Bellingham, Washington. He is the son of author Laura Kalpakian and professor Jay McCreary of University of Hawaii. He is of Irish and Armenian descent. His brother, Brendan McCreary, is also a musician. Bear has directed and produced several music videos for Brendan's band, Young Beautiful in a Hurry.[3] He graduated from Bellingham High School in 1997.[4]

McCreary earned degrees in Composition and Recording Arts from the Thornton School of Music at University of Southern California. He is a classically trained pianist and self-taught accordionist.[4][5] He studied under the renowned film score composer Elmer Bernstein during which time he reconstructed and reorchestrated Bernstein's 1963 score for Kings of the Sun. Their collaboration allowed for the complete score to be available as a soundtrack album for the first time in 40 years.[6]

Career[edit]

Television[edit]

Battlestar Galactica and Caprica[edit]

In 2003, McCreary worked under primary composer Richard Gibbs on the three-hour miniseries which served as a pilot for the reimagined series of Battlestar Galactica. When the show was picked up, Gibbs opted not to devote full-time to the regular series' production, and McCreary became the sole composer. He worked on the series until it reached its conclusion in 2009, scoring over 70 episodes. To date, six Battlestar Galactica soundtrack albums have been released, and have garnered a great deal of critical acclaim[7][8] and commercial success. The soundtracks for seasons two and three ranked amongst Amazon.com's Top 30 Music Sales on their first days of release.[6]

McCreary composed for Caprica, a prequel series set in the fictional Battlestar Galactica universe. On February 18, 2012, McCreary announced that he would compose the score to the two-hour pilot movie Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome.

Human Target[edit]

McCreary provided the score for the series Human Target (based on the comic book of the same name). The pilot episode and main theme score had been recorded with a full orchestra.[9] The series has the distinction of having one of the largest orchestras on television.

The score to the finale of season one, "Christopher Chance," used the largest orchestra ever assembled for episodic television, and he took the opportunity to rerecord the main title theme with a new orchestration with this larger ensemble.

In July 2010, he received his first Emmy nomination for the Human Target main title.[10]

In a post on his blog on July 25, 2010, McCreary announced the new creative leadership brought in for season two had not asked him to return for it, and he would be leaving the series.[11]

Black Sails[edit]

The opening title sequence was made by Imaginary Forces and directors Michelle Dougherty and Karin Fong with the backing sea shanty inspired theme composed by Battlestar Galactica and The Walking Dead composer Bear McCreary. It accurately features an instrument of the period in the form of the hurdy-gurdy.

Other series[edit]

During Comic-Con 2010, Bear McCreary attended panels for AMC's The Walking Dead and NBC's The Cape to announce he would be composing the score for both television series.[12][13]

On July 15, 2013, McCreary announced that he will compose the score for ABC's series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.[14] On September 4, 2015, McCreary released the official Agents of SHIELD soundtrack publicly.[15]

McCreary served as orchestral producer for the rock opera Metalocalypse: The Doomstar Requiem airing on Adult Swim on October 27, 2013. This is a continuation of the Metalocalypse universe following the band Dethklok. The music features a 50-piece orchestra. The soundtrack was released on October 29, 2013.[16]

Films[edit]

McCreary made his theatrical feature film scoring debut with Step Up 3D[17] and has scored several direct-to-video features, including Rest Stop, Rest Stop: Don't Look Back, and Wrong Turn 2: Dead End.

Bear has scored three films with director Joe Lynch (of Wrong Turn 2), the latest being Everly which includes "Silent Night", a duet with his spouse, Raya Yarbrough.[18] McCreary's latest feature film scores are for The Cloverfield Paradox, released February 4, 2018, and Tau, 2018.

Video games[edit]

McCreary made an eight-bit rendition of the Dark Void theme, which was, originally, an April fools joke. However, the theme was used for the prequel, Dark Void Zero.[19] He composed all the songs in an eight-bit fashion by connecting the wires on an actual NES console and cartridge to create authenticity.

He arranged James Rolfe's The Angry Video Game Nerd "You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch" parody "You're a Mean One, Mr. Nerd" for the 2010 Christmas special, with orchestra and eight-bit audio elements.[20]

McCreary also performed with his orchestra band live at Sony's E3 2016 press conference throughout the show and was confirmed to compose the score of the new God of War game.[21]

Personal life[edit]

McCreary is married to singer/songwriter Raya Yarbrough, with whom he worked on the music of Battlestar Galactica, Defiance, Da Vinci's Demons, and several other projects.[22][23] They have a daughter together named Sonatine, after the musical term sonatina.[24]

Other Influencers[edit]

McCreary credits composers Jerry Goldsmith, Elmer Bernstein, Danny Elfman, Ennio Morricone, John Williams, Shirley Walker as being key to his growing up adoring film music. They were his heroes while he was growing up.[25]. Contemporary composers continue to inspire his growth and is a self-avowed fan of Hans Zimmer.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Title Release date Label Format
The Music of Battlestar Galactica for Solo Piano September 13, 2011[26][27] BSX CD, digital download

Film soundtracks[edit]

Title Release date Label Format
Rest Stop: Dead Ahead November 28, 2006 Plan R CD, digital download
Wrong Turn 2: Dead End September 18, 2007 La-La Land CD
Rest Stop: Don't Look Back October 21, 2008[28] La-La Land CD, digital download
Chillerama Presents Zom-B-Movie Soundtrack November 23, 2011[29] BSX CD, digital download
Europa Report August 2, 2013[30] Sparks and Shadows CD, digital download
Knights of Badassdom February 11, 2014[31] Sparks and Shadows CD, digital download
Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie September 2, 2014[32] Sparks and Shadows Digital download, Blu-ray
Everly January 20, 2015[33] Sparks and Shadows CD, digital download
The Forest January 8, 2016[34] Sparks and Shadows CD, digital download
The Boy January 22, 2016[35] Lakeshore Records CD, digital download
10 Cloverfield Lane: Music from the Motion Picture March 11, 2016[36] Sparks and Shadows CD, digital download
10 Cloverfield Lane: Music from the Motion Picture December 7, 2016[37] Mondo/Sparks and Shadows Vinyl
Colossal April 7, 2017[38] Lakeshore Records CD, digital download
Rebel in the Rye September 8, 2017[39] Sparks and Shadows CD, digital download
Unrest September 22, 2017[40] Sparks and Shadows digital download
Happy Death Day October 13, 2017[41] Back Lot Music CD, digital download
Revolt October 13, 2017[42] Lakeshore Records digital download
The Cloverfield Paradox February 5, 2018[43] Sparks and Shadows CD, digital download
Hell Fest September 28, 2018[44] Sparks and Shadows digital download
I Still See You October 12, 2018[45] Sparks and Shadows digital download

Television soundtracks[edit]

Title Release date Label Format
Battlestar Galactica March 16, 2004 La-La Land CD (credited for 8 tracks)
Battlestar Galactica: Season One June 21, 2005 La-La Land CD
Battlestar Galactica: Season 2 June 20, 2006 La-La Land CD
Battlestar Galactica: Season 3 October 23, 2007 La-La Land CD
Eureka August 26, 2008[46] La-La Land CD
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles December 23, 2008[47] La-La Land CD, digital download
Caprica (pilot episode) June 16, 2009[48] La-La Land CD
Battlestar Galactica: Season 4 July 28, 2009 La-La Land CD
Battlestar Galactica: The Plan and Razor February 23, 2010[49] La-La Land CD, digital download
Human Target: Season 1 October 8, 2010[50][51] WaterTower, La-La Land CD, digital download
The Cape September 27, 2011[52] La-La Land CD
A Very Eureka Christmas: Original Holiday Soundtrack November 20, 2012[53] Back Lot Digital download
Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome March 12, 2013[54] La-La Land CD
Da Vinci's Demons May 28, 2013[55] Sparks and Shadows CD, digital download
Defiance June 17, 2013[56] Sparks and Shadows Digital download
Caprica July 30, 2013[57] La-La Land CD
The World of Steam: The Clockwork Heart November 20, 2013[58] Sparks and Shadows Digital download
Black Sails January 28, 2014[59] Sparks and Shadows CD, digital download
Da Vinci's Demons – Season 2 May 27, 2014[60] Sparks and Shadows CD, Digital download
Outlander, Vol. 1 February 10, 2015[61] Madison Gate Records / Sparks and Shadows CD, digital download
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. September 4, 2015[62] Hollywood Records CD, digital download
Outlander, Vol. 2 September 25, 2015[63] Madison Gate Records / Sparks and Shadows CD, digital download
Da Vinci's Demons – Season 3 November 3, 2015[64] Sparks and Shadows CD, Digital download
Outlander, Season 2 October 28, 2016[65] Madison Gate Records / Sparks and Shadows CD, digital download
The Walking Dead October 20, 2017[66] Lakeshore Records CD, digital download
Outlander, Season 3 February 9, 2018[67] Madison Gate Records / Sparks and Shadows CD, digital download

Video game soundtracks[edit]

Title Release date Label Format
Dark Void February 9, 2010[68] Sumthing Else CD, digital download
SOCOM 4: U.S. Navy SEALs April 12, 2011[69][70] Sony, La-La Land CD, digital download
Moon Breakers June 19, 2012[71] Conan the Furky Digital download
Defiance April 2, 2013[72] Sparks and Shadows Digital download
Assassin's Creed Syndicate: Jack the Ripper December 15, 2015[73] Ubisoft Music Digital download (EP)
God of War April 13, 2018[74] Sony Classical CD, digital download

Singles[edit]

Title Year Album
"Temporal Distortion"[75] 2012
"You Are My Home"(featuring Brendan McCreary)[76] 2012
"Da Vinci's Demons"(Main Title Theme)[77] 2013 Da Vinci's Demons: Original Television Soundtrack
"I Forever" (Young Beautiful in a Hurry & Bear McCreary)[78] 2013

Other appearances[edit]

Title Year Artist(s) Album Notes
"Maverick Regeneration"[79] 2011 Various artists Play For Japan: The Album
"Main Title Theme Song" (Unkle Remix)[80] 2013 Various artists The Walking Dead: Original Soundtrack – Vol. 1
N/A 2013 Dethklok Metalocalypse: The Doomstar Requiem – A Klok Opera Soundtrack Orchestra

Works[edit]

Film[edit]

Title Year Notes
Rest Stop 2006
Wrong Turn 2: Dead End 2007
Rest Stop: Don't Look Back 2008
Step Up 3D 2010 Theatrical film scoring debut
Chillerama 2011 Scored the segment "Zom-B Movie"
Europa Report 2013
Knights of Badassdom 2013
Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie 2014
Everly 2014
The Forest 2016
The Boy 2016
10 Cloverfield Lane 2016
Colossal 2016
Unrest 2017
Rebel in the Rye 2017
Revolt 2017
Animal Crackers 2017
Happy Death Day 2017
The Cloverfield Paradox 2018
Godzilla: King of the Monsters 2019 Original Godzilla themes by Akira Ifukube

Television[edit]

Title Year Notes
Battlestar Galactica 2004–2009 Assistant composer on miniseries; became full-time composer of TV series after Richard Gibbs turned down the series
Eureka 2007–2012 Took over from Mutato Muzika starting with the second season of the show in 2007
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles 2008–2009
Trauma 2009–2010
Caprica 2009–2010
Human Target 2010 Earned his first Emmy nomination for the main title[81]
The Walking Dead 2010–present Based on the comic book series; AMC original series
The Cape 2011
Holliston 2012
Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome 2012 10 episode web series; released on machinima.com
Metalocalypse: The Doomstar Requiem 2013
Defiance 2013–2015 Syfy original series
Da Vinci's Demons 2013–2015 Starz original series; received his first Emmy for the main title[82]
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. 2013–present A continuation of the Marvel Cinematic Universe
Intruders 2014 BBC America series based on the novel by Michael Marshall Smith
Constantine 2014 NBC series based on the comic series Hellblazer published by DC Comics
Black Sails 2014–17 Starz original series
Outlander 2014–present Starz original series
Arrow 2015 (Uncredited — Music by Blake Neely, but Constantine's theme is featured) The CW series based on Green Arrow of DC Comics; episode: "Haunting" featuring Constantine
Damien 2016 Composer. A&E series based on The Omen characters
Black Mirror 2016 Composer. Season Three, Episode: "Playtest"
Chance 2016 Composer. Hulu original series

Video games[edit]

Title Year Notes
Dark Void Zero 2010
Dark Void
SOCOM 4: U.S. Navy SEALs 2011
Moon Breakers 2012
Defiance 2013
Assassin's Creed Syndicate: Jack The Ripper 2015
God of War 2018

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Nominated work Result
2009 ASCAP Film and Television Music Award for Top Television Series Eureka Won
2009 International Film Music Critics Award for Best Original Score for Television Caprica Nominated
2009 International Film Music Critics Award for Best Original Score for Television Battlestar Galactica Won
2010 International Film Music Critics Award for Best Original Score for Television Human Target Won
2010 International Film Music Critics Award for Best Original Score for a Video Game or Interactive Media Dark Void Nominated
2010 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Main Title Theme Music Human Target Nominated
2011 International Film Music Critics Award for Best Original Score for a Video Game or Interactive Media SOCOM 4: U.S. Navy SEALs Nominated
2013 ASCAP Film and Television Music Award for Top Television Series The Walking Dead Won
2013 International Film Music Critics Award for Best Original Score for Television Da Vinci's Demons Nominated
2013 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Main Title Theme Music Da Vinci's Demons Won
2014 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Main Title Theme Music Black Sails Nominated
2015 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Music Composition for a Series Outlander Nominated

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