Born and raised in Regina, Saskatchewan, Todd Bryanton has extensive experience as a music composer for film and television. For his work on the Jennifer Lynch thriller Surveillance, Bryanton won the 2009 SMPIA Showcase Award for Best Original Score. Bryanton’s work on the film received much critical praise:
Ray Bennett, The Hollywood Reporter: "Todd Bryanton’s score helps maintain a constant undercurrent of dread." (full review)
Michael Gingold, Fangoria: “The eerie sound design and score by Rob and Todd Bryanton respectively contribute to the mood of impending and arriving doom.”
Bryanton scored all six seasons of the hit CTV comedy series Corner Gas. He scored all five seasons of the APTN/Global series Renegadepress.com, garnering a Best Original Score nomination at the 2007 SMPIA Showcase Awards.
Bryanton has scored numerous MOWs and television events, such as the acclaimed CBC miniseries The Englishman’s Boy. In 2009 the movie Hungry Hills debuted at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival to critical acclaim:
Larry Richman, pronetworks.org: “Ken Krawczyk's lush cinematography and a sweeping score by Todd Bryanton rival those of any great classic western.” (full review)
Bryanton has extensive experience scoring short films and commercials. In addition, Bryanton has worked as a music producer and session musician for artists such as Jean Bilodeau and Michelle Boudreau.
In 2007, Bryanton received the “Young Alumni” award from the University of Regina as a distinguished graduate under the age of 35. Bryanton was nominated in 2005 for the Lieutenant Governor’s “Minus 30” award for youthful contribution to the arts.
For a more comprehensive list of Bryanton's projects, please click here to download a CV (MS Word).