Emily Appleton Holley
A music supervisor and composer agent, Emily works across Air-Edel’s film, advertising and video game work, with recent credits including Julien Temple’s feature documentaries ‘Ibiza: The Silent Movie’ and ‘Habaneros’, and campaigns for Playstation, McDonald’s and Royal Botanic Gardens.
She previously worked as an assistant to Maggie Rodford, with whom she worked on several features including ‘Paddington 2’, Richard Eyre’s ‘The Children Act’, Kenneth Branagh’s ‘Murder On the Orient Express’and Mick Jackson’s ‘Denial’. She also worked on Todd Haynes ‘Carol’ and Channel 4’s ‘Fresh Meat’as an assistant to Matt Biffa.
Emily represents Air-Edel’s roster of composers and songwriters for advertising and video games. She also oversees Air-Edel’s live concert work arm and manages the Irish artist Sibeal.
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.
Emily is an associate member of the UK and European Guild of Music Supervisors.