Just in time for International Women’s Day today (8th March), MPA Member Accorder Music is delighted to announce the signing of their first female composer Stephanie Taylor, one of the most exciting, rising composer talents in the world of TV, film, games, and advertising. Stephanie, who graduated from Sir Paul McCartney’s Liverpool Institute for the Performing Arts in 2012, has already composed extensively for the BAFTA-winning series Grand Designs (C4) and House of the Year (C4), as well as music featuring on ‘The One Show (BBC) and other countless ad campaigns and promos. Most recently, she’s written promotional material for the BBC’s Wimbledon 2017 coverage, and music for the short film Anonymous starring Enzo Cilenti (Game of Thrones, Guardians of the Galaxy). Stephanie is currently studying for her MA at the National Film and Television School, whilst simultaneously working on a number of film projects.
Anne Miller, Accorder’s MD, says, “we’ve been really impressed with Stephanie’s potential and approach to the industry and couldn’t be happier to have her as part of the talented team”.
Take a look at Stephanie’s website here.
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