,,, Los Angeles composer, film trailer music, indie film, soundtrack, music, theme


Turner Horton received Best Original Score for his soundtrack for the 48 Hour Competition short film, Baby Noir. He has also won college scholarships for original songs Grace (Friends of Johnny Mercer 2002) & Keep A-Goin (2015 ISC Semi-Finalist) and has collaborated with multi-genre songwriters & artists. Turner started music in elementary school playing trumpet and began piano studies in middle school. While building his music repertoire and gaining ensemble experience, Turner also studied music theory and composition with the local orchestra director. Studying music composition in college, he was asked to write music for a SCAD graduate student’s comedy film trailer Arab in America (2007). 


His other film scores include short films by Savannah College of Art & Design’s winner for best picture and sound design Reflection (SCAD 2007), best horror score The Red Ball (SCAD 2008), film noir White Spider (2007) and zombie flick Quarantine (SCAD 2007). He has had song placements in the spunky reality show, Human Resources (2015). Some more of Turner’s recent credits include the soundtrack for the Christmastime immersive theater presentation of Dickens After Dark (2018). Up next for Horton is a highly anticipated album of original trailer music, featuring vocalist Julie Seechuk (Warner Chapell Music, Colossal Trailer Music) and mixing/mastering by Joël Dollié.