Although composer Howard Shore has worked closely with other risk-taking directors, he seems in Peter Jackson to have found his ultimate muse. Howard Shore is unquestionably one of the great modern film composers. With over sixty scores to his credit, among them collaborations with Tim Burton (Ed Wood), Martin Scorsese (the upcoming The Aviator), David Cronenberg (Crash, Dead Ringers, et al) and David Fincher (Se7en), few of Shore’s industry peers can match his versatile and prolific career stemming from his days as a musical director on Saturday Night Live. [More]