Jared Emerson-Johnson

I make music for video games.

Hi! I'm Jared Emerson-Johnson.

Since 2002 I've been the music man at Bay Area Sound—writing music, creating sound design, directing voiceover and acting in all sorts of games and occasionally in other media.

You may know me from my scores to the Walking Dead or Wolf Among Us series from Telltale Games, or perhaps you have found yourself here because of my more recent work on Batman, Guardians of the Galaxy, or Tales From The Borderlands.

Regardless of what initially brought you here, welcome! I hope I can provide you with whatever you're looking for—if not, please feel free to reach out and ask!

“The music is a major factor in this game. The haunting melodies by Jared Emerson-Johnson invoke the same excitement of the movie’s classic scenes, while paying homage to Alan Silvestri’s original film scoring.    “   -  sfsite.com  on Back to the Future: The Game      “A lot of the credit has to go to getting all the…character voices right…. Ditto for the music…   “   -  joystiq.com  on Back to the Future: The Game      “The sound is uniformly excellent…The soundtrack as a whole lends a welcome cinematic urgency to the game that makes everything feel a little more dynamic and dramatic than previous Telltale games.   “   -  adventuregamers.com  on Back to the Future: The Game      “Music (5/5) When samples from the movies aren’t used, Jared Emerson-Johnson does a great job of incorporating similar themes in the music he has composed for the game.   “   -  choicestgames.blogspot.com  on Back to the Future: The Game 

“The music is a major factor in this game. The haunting melodies by Jared Emerson-Johnson invoke the same excitement of the movie’s classic scenes, while paying homage to Alan Silvestri’s original film scoring. 
sfsite.com on Back to the Future: The Game 

“A lot of the credit has to go to getting all the…character voices right…. Ditto for the music…
joystiq.com on Back to the Future: The Game 

“The sound is uniformly excellent…The soundtrack as a whole lends a welcome cinematic urgency to the game that makes everything feel a little more dynamic and dramatic than previous Telltale games.
adventuregamers.com on Back to the Future: The Game 

“Music (5/5) When samples from the movies aren’t used, Jared Emerson-Johnson does a great job of incorporating similar themes in the music he has composed for the game.
choicestgames.blogspot.com on Back to the Future: The Game