‘The Order: 1886’ Jason Graves & ‘Dancing With The Stars’ Winner Rumer Willis

Jason Graves is an Academy Award-winning (BAFTA) composer who has brought his passion for music to projects such as THE ORDER: 1886 (SONY), EVOLVE (2k GAMES), TOMB RAIDER (SQUARE ENIX) and DEAD SPACE (EA).

He is particularly enthusiastic about illustrating a project’s story and character arcs through the power of music. His sophisticated composition style has made his work synonymous with unique musical textures and cinematic orchestral writing. Jason composed an experimental, non-orchestral score for 2k’s highly anticipated co-op shooter EVOLVE, enlisting his myriad of percussion instruments, guitar effects and found sound recordings to produce an atmospheric, edgy score that reflects team choice and gameplay states through music.

SONY called on Jason to score their biggest release of 2015 – THE ORDER: 1886. To musically illustrate Victorian London, Jason spent six days at Abbey Road Studios recording unusual ensembles (low woodwinds and low strings only, no violins or brass). A low men’s chorus, solo string instruments and experimental percussion round out what Sony hails as a “one of the most signature sounds and emotionally gripping scores we’ve heard in a game.”

In addition to two BAFTA wins, Jason’s music has been honored with two BAFTA nominations for DEAD SPACE 2 and TOMB RAIDER, plus three Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences Award (AIAS) nominations, winning “Outstanding Achievement in Audio” for DEAD SPACE. He has received twenty one G.A.N.G. nominations and four wins, including “Audio of the Year” for DEAD SPACE and DEAD SPACE 2, “Best Original Theme” nominations for DEAD SPACE 2, STAR TREK: LEGACY and BLAZING ANGELS 2 and “Music of the Year” nominations for DEAD SPACE and KING ARTHUR.


Rumer Glenn Willis was born August 16, 1988. She was named after British novelist Rumer Godden. Rumer is no stranger to Hollywood, growing up as the daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis; she made her film debut at the age of five in the movie “Now and Then.”

She continued acting alongside her parents in such films as “Striptease,”“The Whole Nine Yards” and “Hostage.” After graduating high school, she attended USC for a few semesters until she decided to pursue acting full time.  She is currently starring on Dancing with the Stars.

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