Sean Callery ’88 is the composer of the Emmy winning Showtime Series "Homeland," the CBS hit series "Elementary," and the long-running Fox series "Bones," now in its 11th season. He recently completed composing the music for the Marvel series "Jessica Jones," which premiered on Netflix November 20, 2015.
With 16 Emmy nominations and four wins under his belt, including his 2016 award for "Jessica Jones," he recently finished composing for the fifth season of "Homeland," which premiered in the fall of 2015. Known mostly for his suspense-driven scores on Fox’s hit series “24,” Callery received numerous Emmy nods throughout the course of the show's eight seasons, including three Emmy Award wins for “Outstanding Music Composition.” In early 2014, Callery revisited the "24" franchise when he composed the score for the 12-episode miniseries starring Kiefer Sutherland reprising his famous role as Jack Bauer.
Callery composed the score for the film "Small Time," starring Christopher Meloni and Dean Norris. He has received an Emmy nomination for Reelz Channel’s “The Kennedys.” Other projects include: CBS’s "Medium" and Fox’s "Bones,” USA network series "La Femme Nikita,” the 2011 Tibetan film documentary "Crazy Wisdom: The Life and Times of Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche,” and the video game "James Bond: Everything or Nothing," released by EA.