Jon previously scored for the award-winning Netflix/Channel 4 TV drama Black Mirror
Based in London, Jon Opstad has composed for a variety of film, television and contemporary dance works. Now he composes a new score for the Ubisoft video game Rainbow Six Siege. The game was previously one of the nominees for Best Evolving Game at this year's BAFTA Games Awards.
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege is an immersive multiplayer video game experience by Ubisoft where the player can take part in various tactical game modes. In each phase of the game the player can choose from over 30 attack or defence operators, each with their own gadgets and playing style. Available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
Based in London, Jon Opstad has composed for a variety of film, television and contemporary dance works. Jon has scored two episodes of the award-winning Netflix/Channel 4 TV drama Black Mirror and most recently the BBC One period drama The Woman In White. Other work includes scoring Jack Thorne’s BAFTA-winning BBC drama Don’t Take My Baby as well as BAFTA-nominated TV movie Cyberbully starring actress Maisie Williams and Louis Theroux’s documentary special on Jimmy Savile.
Jon was nominated for a British Composer Award in the Stage Works category for his scoring of the contemporary dance work Ignis with choreographer Hubert Essakow, which premiered at The Print Room in London.