(written from a Production point of view)
Jim Henrikson (born 26 August 1934; age 87) is a veteran Hollywood music editor who worked on Star Trek: The Original Series for one and half seasons, from "The Squire of Gothos" to "Assignment: Earth" (and also on "The Galileo Seven").
Before Star Trek, Henrikson worked as music editor on the television series The Texan and the 1964 film The Best Man (with Byron Morrow). Afterwards, he built a long and distinguished career in music editing, spanning five decades. He worked in this capacity on such classic films as The China Syndrome (1979, with Richard Herd), Being There (1979), Raging Bull (1980), The Cannonball Run (1981, directed by Hal Needham), Flashdance (1983, starring Michael Nouri and photographed by Don Peterman), Stroker Ace (1983, directed by Hal Needham, co-produced by Laurel Goodwin and featuring Warren Stevens), Honey, I Shrunk the Kids (1989, with Matt Frewer, Amy O'Neill, Mark L. Taylor and Cherie Tash), Willow (1988), Glory (1989, with Cliff De Young, Ethan Phillips and Abdul Salaam El Razzac), The Pelican Brief (1993, with James B. Sikking and Casey Biggs), Braveheart (1995, co-produced by Steven McEveety), Apollo 13 (1995, with Clint Howard and Steve Rankin), Titanic (1997, with David Warner), Deep Impact (1998, with James Cromwell, Denise Crosby and Kurtwood Smith), The Mask of Zorro (1998), A Beautiful Mind (2001, with Christopher Plummer) and Troy (2004). His most recent work is James Cameron's 2009 science fiction blockbuster Avatar, starring Zoe Saldana. Also, all the former eleven films featured a music score by James Horner.