Luke Richards is an award-winning British composer who has worked across film, television and games in America and the UK.
He has contributed to the scores for the Oscar nominated film American Hustle, the Emmy winning TV show The Good Wife and the best-selling video game series, Call of Duty.
In 2012 Luke moved to Hans Zimmer’s studio, Remote Control Productions, where he continued to assist David Buckley on film and television projects, and Tim Burton’s Big Eyes. His music has been performed by the both the Hollywood Studio Symphony and English Session Orchestras.
Jody Jenkins studied at the Royal Academy of Music and since worked on countless film scores in a variety of roles within the music department, including percussion programmer for Academy Award winner Dario Marianelli, on films such as V for Vendetta, Atonement and Narnia.
Jody has also composed music for many international advertising campaigns, including projects for British Gas, McDonald's, Samsung and the award-winning campaign for BMW’s C1 bike.
Paul Rez is a multi award winning composer and producer originally from South Africa, now living and working in London. As a producer, Paul has worked with renowned artists such as Lana Del Rey and Vuvuvultures. As a composer, Paul has collaborated with global brands including MTV, National Geographic, Discovery Channel and Amnesty International producing bespoke compositions for short films, documentaries and adverts.
He famously once used a type-writer as a synthesiser!
Chris Warner is a versatile composer and sound designer working across TV, media, theatre and the concert stage. He has composed theme tunes and incidental music for BBC Radio documentaries and orchestrations for the BAFTA nominated ‘Make A Musical’ series.
He has also worked as orchestrator and arranger on award-winning feature films including the British comedy ‘Common People’ (‘a rare gem…I recommend this film so highly’ - Stephen Fry) and on orchestral ballets and concerts which have had sell-out tours across the UK, Europe and New York.