Steve Jablonsky

About Steve Jablonsky

Steve Jablonsky decided to become an audio engineer after taking computer science classes in college. ∙ He landed a formative internship by cold-calling composer Hans Zimmer’s studio staff and asking if they needed help. ∙ While assisting Hans Zimmer, he composed his first arrangement—for Driving Miss Daisy. ∙ Not only did he compose scores for Michael Bay’s Transformers movie franchise, but he also provided music for the director’s Pearl Harbor and Armageddon. ∙ Jablonsky scored every season of the hit TV series Desperate Housewives, beginning with its fourth episode. ∙ He collaborated with rock band Explosions in the Sky on the score for Lone Survivor—one of four Peter Berg films that he’s worked on. ∙ His film and TV scores have earned eight BMI Awards, beginning with a 2004 win for The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.

United States of America
October 9, 1970

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