Harry is an award-nominated composer for film and TV. His musical career started with a scholarship at the Birmingham Conservatoire where he graduated with honours. As an accomplished multi-instrumentalist, Harry is able to bring real, organic and cutting edge sounds to the scores he creates.
To date, Harry has worked on many exciting TV projects including Millionaires’ Mansions – Channel 4, The Fisherman’s Apprentice – BBC2, Tales From The Wild Wood – BBC4 and the critically acclaimed Britain’s Big Wildlife Revival – BBC1. He has also created the sound design and music for BBC’s distinctive “Original British Drama” ident and the “BBC Earth” ident.
Harry has also found success writing and producing epic orchestral and hybrid trailer cues, with many of his tracks being used in major Hollywood film campaigns including Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (Disney, 2017), Beauty and the Beast (Disney, 2017), Star Wars: Rogue One (Disney, 2016), Fantastic 4 (Marvel, 2015) and Tomorrowland (Disney, 2015). Working alongside top trailer music labels such as Audiomachine, Really Slow Motion Music, Dos Brains and Must Save Jane, Harry specialises in creating that epic Hollywood sound and has had many tracks recorded by the world’s finest orchestral musicians in Prague, Budapest and at the world famous Abbey Road Studios in London.
In film, Harry has recently composed the score to the acclaimed feature documentary The Auction House: A Tale Of Two Brothers, which has made the official selection of many international film festivals. Harry also regularly composes for TV advertising with clients including: McDonald’s, Samsung, Netflix, Mercedes, Adobe, Milka, Axe, Giff Gaff, Harveys, Max Factor and many more. His TV promo work includes: Anger Management (ft. Charlie Sheen), Sky Movies and The Royals in which he scored The Queen’s speech (ft. Liz Hurley as The Queen!)