David Williams has scored more than 50 feature and television films encompassing a wide range of styles and genres. He has worked with some of the biggest names in the industry including Francis Coppola on the MGM film SUPERNOVA (James Spader, Angela Basett). David recently scored the 2017 IndieFest Award-WinningBROKEN MEMORIES produced by Gary Levinsohn (JACK REACHER, SAVING PRIVATE RYAN). Other films he has scored include the suspense feature FREEZER (Dylan McDermott, Peter Facinelli) directed by two-time Academy Award nominee and multi-Emmy winner Mikael Salomon (BAND OF BROTHERS) and Produced by Mark Manuel (HACKSAW RIDGE), Voltage Pictures (THE HURT LOCKER) thriller BEDEVILED, Directed by AMPAS Nicholl Screenwriting Award Winners, The Vang Brothers. Sony Pictures/MTV psychological thriller THE DORM, directed by Rachel Talalay (SHERLOCK), and produced by Michael Frislev and Chad Oakes (FX's FARGO), Miramax's PHANTOMS (Ben Affleck, Rose McGowan, Liev Schreiber, Joanna Going, Peter O'Toole), Sony Pictures romance ICE CASTLES, the action-comedy GIVE 'EM HELL MALONE (Thomas Jane, Elsa Pataky, Ving Rhames) Directed by Russell Mulcahy (HIGHLANDER) and Produced by Brian Oliver (BLACK SWAN), Sony Pictures drama NO WAY BACK (Russell Crowe), A&E's historical drama BENEDICT ARNOLD(Aidan Quinn, Kelsey Grammer), the indie WWII period drama CHRISTINA (Stephen Lang), ABC-Disney's fantasy FALLEN(Paul Wesley, Tom Skerritt, Bryan Cranston), FOX's military drama A GLIMPSE OF HELL (James Caan, Robert Sean Leonard), NBC/Universal's L.A. LAW: THE MOVIE, and Dimension's THE PROPHECY (Christopher Walken, Virginia Madsen, Viggo Mortensen) directed by Gregory Widen (BACKDRAFT). He graduated from Missouri State University with studies in composition and orchestration. He also did post-graduate work at North Texas University. David was awarded a study fellowship with celebrated Oscar-winning composer John Corigliano (THE RED VIOLIN, ALTERED STATES). He is an ASCAP Award winner and is a member of the SCL. He lives in Los Angeles, California.