Darryl O’Donovan is a composer and music editor based in London. He recently scored the feature documentary ‘Until We Live Again’ and the BAFTA-nominated and RTS-winning short animation musical ‘The Song of a Lost Boy’. He was also the music editor for Searchlight Pictures’ 2023 film ‘Rye Lane’, as well as the Left Bank Pictures comedy-drama series ‘Everything Now’.
Previously, Darryl co-composed the score to ‘Just Charlie’, which went on to win multiple awards, including the audience award at the Edinburgh International Film Festival. He also writes music for contemporary dance and concert works, as well as his own experimental projects.
Darryl was the music editor for ABC’s Emmy-nominated feature documentary ‘In the Cold Dark Night’ and Sky’s BAFTA-nominated comedy ‘Brassic’. His recent music editing credits include Netflix 2022 feature film ‘I Used to Be Famous’, BBC/Netflix series ‘Our Universe’, BBC series ‘Red Rose’, and 2023 feature film ‘Ozi’.
He has worked as an orchestral mock-up programmer for composers Youki Yamamoto, Matthew Herbert and Academy Award-winner Rachel Portman.
Darryl graduated with a BA in filmmaking from the Newport Film School and holds an MA in Composition for Film and TV from the National Film and Television School.