Kristopher Carter's apprenticeship as a media composer was fairly typical. On leaving University he soon found employment as an orchestrator and conductor for various composers, occasionally contributing some "additional music" on their films, and gaining his own credits on some film shorts. One of his early credits was with a couple of episodes on the Warner Brothers animated Batman series. This followed the success of the first set of big screen films originally scored by Danny Elfman, and the majority of the animated episodes were scored by composers such as Michael McCuistion, Lolita Ritmanis and Shirley Walker, but giving opportunities to Carter and other young composers. This introduction to providing music for animated comic books resulted fortuitously in a steady role on similar series, or a severe case of composer "type-casting" depending on how you look at it, since Carter went on write the music for many other television series with a variety of animated superheroes.
Nevertheless Carter has proven his worth in this medium and has landed a number of films and television shows outside of this genre, and demonstrated his versatility. This films have included "The Other Side" and "Dance of the Dead" for director Gregg Bishop, and "Yesterday was a Lie" which is currently receiving a limited theatrical release.
Kristopher Carter's official website is at www.KristopherCarter.com.
A. R. Rahman has provided the music and songs for the following two very successful theatrical productions:
See our review of the Dance of the Dead soundtrack for details of where to download this album, and the following soundtracks are also worth investigating: