Justin Delorme is an established and recognized Métis media composer and music producer currently based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
Delorme's film and television credits are numerous, with over 100 episodes of television, over 25 short films and 3 feature-length films completed to date. He has scored all 52 episodes of the renowned true-crime documentary series Taken (Eagle Vision, APTN, CBC), created by Kyle Irving, Lisa Meeches and Rebecca Gibson, which earned him a Canadian Screen Award nomination for Best Original Music (Non-Fiction).
Delorme is a multi-instrumentalist with a background in music education and live performance, and holds professional certification in audio engineering from the Mid-Ocean School of Media Arts. His catalogue of work ranges from film, television and digital media compositions, to music production and collaborations with award-winning artists, including Tara Williamson, Paper Machetes, Bye Bye Blue and others. He works both locally and remotely with international artists and production companies, and his music has been heard around the globe. Delorme is also a frequent collaborator with filmmaker Madison Thomas, having scored all of her feature films, short films and documentaries since 2012, including BUFFY SAINTE-MARIE: CARRY IT ON, which premiered at TIFF this year.
He supplied additional music to the hit television series First Contact (Animiki See/Nüman Films/Indios, APTN, TVO), directed by Jeff Newman, and also scored the Season 2 release trailer, which has been viewed over 100,000 times.
In early 2020, Delorme signed on to score 46 episodes of Wolf Joe (Amberwood/MediaRendezvous, TVO, Knowledge Network, Radio-Canada, TFO), an animated series created by Alexander Bar airing across multiple networks in late 2020. You can hear is latest work for the animated Corus Ent. Series “BEST & BESTER”
In addition to his film and television work, Delorme has credits in digital media which include web series, podcasts, multiple social action campaigns including #Sacred MMIWG, which reached over 1/3 of all Canadians, and was featured in an interactive audio series by Goodhertz Plugins.
Recently, Justin was named as one of Variety Magazine’s “Top 10 Canadians to Watch”.