A busy October has seen the completion of two projects - Grindelwald Productions' A Classic Tour of Scotland out soon on DVD, and Liverpool Students' Union - A Brief History, a promotional film by Alex Stevenson. I've got some exciting projects on the horizon too - more details about those coming soon!
Another project complete - music for Forbidden Fruit.
My latest credit is now online - the intro music to episode 9 of SuperSaf TV's AskSAF Q&A.
You can now watch my entry to the Marvin Hamlisch 2015 Film Scoring Contest.
Here's the latest short film I've scored - A Need To Vent by Needs More Gaffa Tape Productions/Andrew Mack/Jack Mansfield/Kevin Thomson.
Just uploaded my entry to the Marvin Hamlisch Film Scoring Competition - fingers crossed!!
I recently composed the music for Say Yes, the National Citizen Service's collaboration with spoken word artist Suli Breaks.
You will soon be able to buy scores and parts to a range of my music including Footloose in Europe favourites "Scottish Romance" and "Finnish Echoes", as well as some of my more recent piano pieces.
National Citizen Service featuring Suli Breaks.
Needs More Gaffa Tape Productions.
A collaboration with Indian vocal trio Sareni.
Healthier By Farr.
Barnaby Smith is a freelance film, TV and media composer based in the UK. His work includes music for social media campaigns, promotional videos, documentary TV and film scores. He recently composed the music for the National Citizen Service's promotional video Say Yes featuring spoken word artist Suli Breaks. Other credits include the TV series Footloose In Europe and Sunrise in collaboration with Sareni.
Barnaby was born and raised in Cheshire, where he still lives and works. He specialised in music composition at the University of Sheffield, graduating with a BMus (Hons) degree, and then went on to complete a diploma in Music for the Media with Thinkspace.
Barnaby is a multi-instrumentalist, working with an eclectic range of instruments including violin, guitars, mandolin, ukulele, piano, bass guitar, drums and ektara. His recorded compositions feature live instruments wherever possible. Barnaby's studio is built around a MacBook Pro with a UA Apollo Quad Thunderbolt interface and a range of the latest software and sample libraries from Avid, NI, EWQL and Propellerheads.