Brandon Christy began his musical career as a session keyboard player, touring the world extensively with UK-based artists such as Boyzone, Des'ree, Gary Barlow and pop-violinist Vanessa-Mae. After a move to Los Angeles, Brandon began working extensively with production/writing team The Matrix on various pop and rock artists. Soon after starting his own music production company, Brandon signed ongoing contracts with both NBC Television and FOX Television and composed the theme for NBC's entertainment news show Access Hollywood, which can be heard six nights a week in the United States and in many other territories.
Brandon also continued his interest in pop and rock and began a creative relationship in 2006 with British superstar Robbie Williams, with and for whom he wrote/produced (together with Craig Russo) "The Actor" for Robbie's most recent #1 album RudeBox. Other songs are near completion and destined for future Robbie Williams projects.
Along the way, Brandon has been involved with a number of projects including composing music for the Muppets Go to Oz movie with Ashanti and Queen Latifah and remixing Michael Giacchino's (Alias, Lost, The Incredibles, Mission Impossible) score for the Disney/Pixar movie The Incredibles. Brandon (together with Craig Russo) also co-composed and produced with Michael Giacchino Disney's "Space Mountain" theme park ride, which is currently playing all day, every day in the Disney theme parks in Anaheim, Orlando, Paris and Tokyo. Other credits include composing and producing, along with Jeannie Lurie, the music for Sea World's current killer whale spectacle, the "Shamu Show" including the evening show "Shamu Rocks" and composing, along with John Robert Wood and Adam Cohen, the score for last year's ABC sitcom Crumbs starring Fred Savage (Wonder Years).