Neil Myers - Maker of music that has graced BBC, Sky Sports, ITV, C4, Sky One, and Cartoon Network

Neil Myers - Maker of music that has graced BBC, Sky Sports, ITV, C4, Sky One, and Cartoon Network

London | UK

A classically trained composer specialising in orchestral scores for TV and film, Neil studied at Leeds College of Music before completing an MA in Composition for Film and Television, in which he won the Wilfred Joseph award for best film and theatre work.

Neil has worked professionally for two decades and his scores have covered a multitude of genres, including documentaries, sports promos and titles, advertising, theatre, channel branding and idents, films, trailers and animation. His work has seen collaborations with David Arnold, Katherine Jenkins, Penka Kouneva (Orchestrator – Matrix, Transformers & Elysium) The Rodolfus and Welsh National Choirs and The Moscow, Bratislava, Prague and Royal Philharmonic Orchestras.

Recent Collaborations

Adam Wells (British Lions Tours), Jamie Muir (Carte Noire), Christian Kinde (All’s Well, Best Short), Alan Rickman (Dust, Best Short) Ben Bocquelet (The Amazing Adventures of Gumball) and Ashley Walters (PS4)

Industry Recognition

Nominated Best Score – International Indie Series LA – ‘Rebecca Gold’ 2019

Hollywood, 48 Short International Film Festival – ‘The Silent’ 2019

Winner Best Film Jury & Audience Award – ‘Excursion’ 2018

Selected for the British Independent Film Festival  ‘Shemira’ 2018

Semi-Finalist LA Cinefest Film Festival  ‘The Silent’ 2018

Academy Awards (Shortlisted)  ‘Parallel Lives’ 2017

London Cinematic Film Festival  ‘Ode’ Winner best documentary 2017

National Film Academy (Best Short Nomination) -‘ Dust’ 2015

 Accepted into BAFTA Short Film Festival  ‘Dust’ 2014

WINNER (Best British Short) UK Film Festival  ‘Kickoff’ 2013

Campaign Media Award Winner  ‘Citroen DS5’ 2012

Cannes Film Festival (Official Selection)  ‘Out of Hours’ 2012

BAFTA (Best Title Sequence Finalist)  ‘Guinness Rugby Premiership’ 2008

Promax Gold  ‘RBS US Golf’ 2005

RTS Awards / Promax Gold  ‘British Lions Tour of New Zealand’ 2005

BAFTA / RTS Awards / International EMMY  ‘The Amazing World of Gumball’

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