London-based, Jeremy James Hunt has been rushed off his feet in early 2020, assisting several A-list composers (they remain nameless). He is slated to score a feature horror film.
In early 2019, he completed his score for Tayo Odesanya’s psychological drama ‘Grey Suits Us’, starring Nabhaan Rizwan from BBC’s ‘Informer’. The score was recorded at Abbey Road Studios in London. Prior to this, Jeremy scored Jack Spring’s comedy feature film ‘Destination: Dewsbury’, which premiered at the Beverly Hills Film Festival in 2018 and had its UK premiere at London’s Prince Charles Cinema in February 2019. He continues to be Jack’s composer of choice, so watch this space!
In 2018, Jeremy assisted Ian Arber and wrote additional music on Apocalypse Pictures’s horror thriller ‘Redcon-1’, which premiered at the Raindance Film Festival, and Sky’s comedy drama ‘Urban Myths’, which stars Victoria Hamilton and David Walliams. He also recently assisted Blur’s Dave Rowntree and wrote additional music on Fox Sports’s football documentary ‘Phenoms’.
In 2017, Jeremy scored Tayo Odesanya’s animated comedy ‘Wireless’, which premiered at the Culver City Film Festival and was awarded ‘Best Animation’. He also wrote the music for William Baggs’s romantic comedy feature film ‘Sunrise: Love Again’, and Patrik Krivanek’s Indian documentary ‘Sunshine’. Jeremy recently completed the score for his third collaboration with Krivanek, ‘Maggie’s Farm’, which premiered at the Cardiff International Film Festival.
Jeremy regularly records his film music with the Budapest Scoring Symphonic Orchestra, and has had his concert music performed at some of the finest music venues in the UK, including the Dora Stoutzker Concert Hall (Cardiff) and the Turner Sims Concert Hall (Southampton).