Emma is a British producer and composer whose love of music stemmed from a love of the acoustic singer-songwriter genre. Inspired by the likes of Lucy Rose, The Japanese House and Bon Iver, Emma has been writing, arranging and producing for the past 8 years. The South London native has developed a keen ear for vocal layering and has begun experimenting with brooding electronica; branching into producing music for visual and digital media. Studying Popular Music Performance and Production at University, Emma has trained skills in composing, recording, editing and mixing through DAWs such as ProTools and LogicPro X and writing with Native Instruments. Since graduating in 2020, she has been keeping busy creating music for a new podcast whilst learning and testing out new skills in audio production.
Photography: Cainan Alpin
Talk to Strangers (2020-Present)
Originally composed the soundtrack for a new podcast from Gigfunding.org.
Neutral sound with jazz/blues undertones to create an ear-catching theme which won't undermine the topics of episodes.
Includes different alternatives and themes to allow consistent variations to fit with different moods and tones.
Music and Sound for Animation
Final Major Project (2020)
6-minute continuous piece for an animated short film.
The film is centred on man and his journey toward death. It features soundscapes, including field recordings, vocal layering and original sound design for creatures and characters throughout.
Inspirations revolve around the electronic genre, including Bonobo, Bon Iver, Maribou State and Mica Levi.
Thanks to Solent University and Solent Alumni for the animation.
Re-design (No Country For Old Men, Dir. Ethan Coen, Joel Coen)
Re-imagination of a scene from No Country for Old Men (Dir. Coen Brothers). Original sound design and foley.