Roman Molino Dunn
Résidence: United States of America
Biographie (Biographie seulement disponible en anglais) (Mise à jour 2022-08-02)

Roman Molino Dunn is an award-winning composer, Billboard-charting music producer (a.k.a Electropoint), co-owner of the long-running commercial recording studio Mirrortone Studios in NYC, and a co-owner of Antares, makers of Auto-Tune.

While through his work as a music producer, studio owner, and music software developer, he has composed music for reality TV stars, Grammy-winning artists, countless commercials, and short films, starting in 2020 he shifted firmly to composing for film and television after his first feature film was acquired by a major network.

Since 2020, his film and TV composition work has included Huracán (HBO Max), Snakehead (Samuel Goldwyn Films), AI Love You (a #1 film on Netflix), Ru Paul’s Drag Race All-Stars (Paramount+), Red Rocket (A24), Kid Correspondent (Participant/YouTube Originals), and the upcoming film Animals of America's National Parks (Disney+/Nat Geo). He was a film music producer and recording engineer on Schrader/Scorsese's The Card Counter (Focus Features). In 2021 he worked on films that screened at three of the “Big Five” festivals: Cannes, Venice, and Toronto.

TV networks that have used his work include HBO, E!TV, A&E, MTV, Oxygen, BET, Bravo, Netflix, Paramount+, VH1, Discovery, TLC, NBC, OutTV, and NASCAR. Brands that have directly commissioned his music include Burger King, PayPal, Marriott, Michael Kors, NBC, The Ad Council, Clinique, Snapple, Globe and Mail, Honeywell, Maserati, Tom Ford, Kopari, and many more.

In addition to corporate and film music composition, as a music producer, he has worked with major and indie labels and Grammy-winning artists, including GLAAD-nominated albums, particularly with reality TV stars (Love & Hip Hop, Dr. Miami, Ru Paul’s Drag Race, Real Housewives of New Jersey, Howard Stern, Bad Girls Club), and his productions, as well as soundtracks, have climbed both the Billboard and iTunes top 20 charts.