Justin Delorme (he/him) is a Métis composer, record producer, and multi-instrumentalist from Winnipeg, Manitoba on Treaty 1 Territory.
Named one of Variety’s 10 Canadians to Watch, Justin has scored over 200 episodes of television, 6 feature length films, as well as dozens of short films and documentaries.
As a composer, his multifaceted musical identity can be heard across a wide range of genres and mediums, including all 52 episodes of the worldwide Nickelodeon animated series “Best and Bester”, the award-winning, TIFF premiered feature documentary “Buffy Sainte-Marie: Carry it On”, and all 52 episodes of APTN and CBC’s acclaimed true-crime series “Taken”, which earned him a Canadian Screen Award nomination for Best Original Music (Non-Fiction).
Justin has also produced and performed on Tara Williamson’s 2020 full length album “Enough”, Paper Machetes’ 2021 “Balancing Act” EP, and The Northwest Kid’s 2022 single “Baldhead”, featured on Apple Music’s Indigenous Now.
He works from his studio in Winnipeg, Manitoba, making use of a vast collection of instruments and effects. He is represented by the Core Music Agency, and is a member of the Screen Composers Guild of Canada, On Screen Manitoba and SOCAN.
Justin is Red River Métis, with both Métis and settler ancestry. He lives and works on Treaty 1 Territory, the ancestral lands of the Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene Peoples, and on the Homeland of the Red River Métis. He is a direct descendant of Pierre Delorme, and is a member of the Manitoba Métis Federation.
"BEST & BESTER" - Nickelodeon
"BUFFY SAINTE-MARIE: CARRY IT ON" - Crave
"TAKEN" - APTN/CBC
"TRUE STORY" - HISTORY
EXPERIENCE / ABILITIES
Action, Animation, Children, Comedy, Commercials, Current Affairs, Documentary, Drama, Educational, Experimental, Horror, Industrial, Lifestyle, Science Fiction, Series - Episodic, Series - Mini, Sports, Variety, Video Games
Composer, Music Producer, Songwriter, Synthesist
PERFORMING RIGHTS SOCIETIES