Bronwen Jones

Bronwen Jones

Bronwen has scored numerous documentaries, most recently An Ordinary Couple (2010) by Jay Gianokus & Susan Barnes, and Bloodtime, Dreamtime, Moontime (2008) by Roberta Cantow.
She did additional music for the documentary God Willing by Evangeline Griego and scored the short film The Elitist (2009) by John Conway.

In 2008 Bronwen was nominated for a Regional Emmy for her score to Jayasri Hart's PBS documentary, Sisters Of Selma: Bearing Witness For Change. Other PBS documentaries include Good Kurds Bad Kurds: No Friends But The Mountains, Roots In The Sand, and Pictures From The Old Country. In his review of Good Kurds, Bad Kurds Robert Koehler from Variety wrote "Vid lensing by McKiernan and master Haskell Wexler is first-class, with extra bonus of a fine, moody Bronwen Jones score." She first worked with Alison McMahan when she scored Bare Hands, Wooden Limbs and wrote the music for We're Nobody Yet (Listen Here).

Jones' orchestration credits include Perfume (recorded by the Berlin Philharmonic/Sir Simon Rattle), Sophie Scholl: The Final Days (Oscar nominee for Best Foreign Film), the theme for Without a Trace, One Hour Photo, Iron-Jawed Angels, The Cave, and Swimming Upstream.