Emily Appleton Holley
Prior to joining Air-Edel in 2014, Emily received a Masters in Composition for Screen from the Royal College of Music and worked as a composer on scores for projects including the BBC ‘Natural World’ series.
Since joining Air-Edel, she’s assisted Matt Biffa on projects including Todd Haynes ‘Carol’and Channel 4’s ‘Fresh Meat’. She has also workedas an assistant to Maggie Rodford, with whom she has worked on several films including Richard Eyre’s ‘The Children Act’, ‘The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society’, ‘Paddington 2’, Kenneth Branagh’s‘Murder On the Orient Express’ and Mick Jackson’s ‘Denial’.
Emily currently oversees Air-Edel’s video game and advertising work, working with clients including McDonalds and Royal Botanic Gardens. Most recently, Emily has been working with Julien Temple on the feature documentaries ‘Habaneros’ and ‘Ibiza The Silent Movie’.