Brenton Costa began playing piano at the age of 4. Always interested in new sounds and bigger ensembles, he was introduced to the world of digital music in high school. From there, his love of film and music combined, and he went on to score every short film he ever made. Brenton later attended Central Connecticut State University, where he earned a degree in Music Theory and Composition.
Following college, Brenton scored films and gave seminars on film scoring to the Southeastern Connecticut Film Society. Not long after, he was awarded the Pete Carpenter Fellowship for Film Composers where he was able to work with Mike Post on Law and Order: SVU. After the success of the fellowship, Brenton moved to LA, where he began writing music for TV commercials. In 2012, he scored his first feature film, 3 Day Test, written and directed by Corbin Bernsen. Brenton continues for score for Bernsen and his film company, Home Theater Films. In 2015, Brenton wrote and recorded music for the Tokyo Disneyland Summer Festival Parade.
See a list of Brenton’s credits on IMDB