Composer Harry Brokensha Represented by Air-Edel

By 15th September 2021 Representation

We're delighted to announce we now represent composer Harry Brokensha

Harry Brokensha is a composer and orchestrator based in London. He recently scored ABC’s Emmy-nominated feature documentary ‘In The Cold Dark Night’, which aired on primetime national television in the US and on Sky Documentaries in the UK. He is currently scoring Lowkey Films’ upcoming feature film ‘Kindling’.

His works include Salaud Morisset/Bridge Way Films-produced comedy drama ‘Pops’ directed by acclaimed director Lewis Rose, and documentary filmmaker Laura Wadha’s latest film ’Born in Damascus’ for the Scottish Documentary Institute. Harry is also set to score upcoming production ‘Shé’ (Snake), a BBC Films/NFTS Bridge to Industry film written and directed by Sundance Jury Prize winner Renee Zhan. This will be his second collaboration with Renee, who he also worked with on Annie and BAFTA Student Award-nominated opera ‘O Black Hole!’. Previously, Harry notably scored 2017 feature documentary ‘EuroTrump’, which was acquired by Hulu and VICELAND.

During 2020 and 2021 Harry has worked as an orchestrator on several high profile projects composed by Lorne Balfe, including Amazon blockbuster ’The Tomorrow War’ and upcoming animated feature ‘Rumble’, and he continues to work as part of his orchestration team. He has also worked as a composer assistant to Sally Potter and Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch, and on score preparation and copying for several orchestral sessions at Abbey Road.

He has also written music for several commercial campaigns, including most recently writing music for Embassy Gardens’ ‘Sky Pool’ launch video. He scored All Nippon Airways’ ‘East Meet West’ advert campaign in 2019, and co-composed music for Littlewoods’ Christmas adverts in 2017. His concert works have been performed at events at the Royal Albert Hall and the O2 Arena.

Harry graduated with a BA in Music from Oxford University, before completing an MA in Composition for Film and TV at the National Film and Television School.