Marty Hailey works internationally as a composer, producer and musician, performing on stages in Las Vegas, on Broadway, across the UK, Australia and the South Pacific. He has 20 years experience in the music industry, has made over 60 records and produced and engineered countless single sessions.
Nick is at the top-end of electronic music production having released under the alias Loadstar, Blackstone and Lomax; he has had numerous massive singles in D&B, House, and dubstep. He has remixed the likes of Deadmaus, Chase & Status, and Noisia and produced for Example, including the No1 smash hit ‘Changed The Way You Kissed Me’, Hadouken and Ayah Mara, as well as his own project that is signed to leading D&B label Ram Records.
Charlotte’s clients have included Sky, Gumtree UK, Benefit Cosmetics UK, BBC, Discovery Music Source and ITV. She scored Very’s 2015 Christmas advert, which was voted ‘Ad of the Week’ by the creative department of advertising magazine ‘The Drum’. More recently, she co-scored the BBC/OSF wildlife documentary ‘Ingenious Animals’ which was aired on BBC One.
Chris Green is a London based British composer and sound designer. He has produced music and sound for many high profile adverts, computer games and channel idents, as well as documentaries for leading broadcasters such as BBC One and National Geographic. He is currently working on the sequel to the BAFTA award winning The Room computer game, created by Fireproof Games.
Glenn is also at the top-end of the electronic music production spectrum having released extensively as Artificial Intelligence, remixing and producing for the likes of Lil’ Wayne, Kelis and Roots Manuva amongst others. A former violinist Glenn is classically trained and has used this to underpin his passion for electronica and synthesis.
Katherine trained at the Royal College of Music and graduated as a scholar with a masters degree in composition for screen. She specialises in scoring for moving image including animation, documentary, short film, television, advertising and film.
Douglas began his music career in the early 00’s playing in a number of bands including Shaznay Lewis, Emma Bunton (yes that one!), and also supported The Streets and The Neptunes. Over the years Douglas has worked and written with many. producers and artists including Alexander O’Neal, Andy Wright (Simple Minds, Simply Red, Tom Jones, Eurythmics) Al Stone (Jamiroquai, Sting, Kelis) Ned Douglas (Celine Dion, Elvis Costello, Anastasia, No Doubt), Frankie Goes To Hollywood, UNCLE, Average White Band, Daniel Beddingfield, Alicia Dixon. He has been invited to play his compositions at numerous private celebrity events including The Saatchis, Macintyre Entertainment and the private home of Roger Taylor (Queen) to perform original material in-front of the likes of Brian May, William Orbit and Elton John.