Nick Simpson composes and produces music for media, supplying the final, critical magic to bring an extra dimension to the action on the screen.
He is clasically trained, having been educated at the Royal Academy of Music, and London and York universities, winning numerous prizes and trophies.
He has scored a number of short films, such as "Lancelot", "I, Rasputin" and "The Seller", and also orchestrated the 1997 "Children In Need" Christmas No. 1 hit single, "Perfect Day", featuring a stellar range of world-famous artists, and orchestrated a number of idents for the BBC.
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Nick Simpson - English Composer
Nicholas Simpson received his musical education at the Royal Academy of Music in London, and at London and York universities, where he won numerous prizes and awards, including the Pinnock Trophy and the Sir John Burgoyne prize for music.
Nick has written scores for a number of short films, such as "Lancelot", "Three Teeth", "I, Rasputin" and "The Seller".
Nick has orchestrated several idents for the BBC, and also orchestrated the 1997 "Children In Need" Christmas No. 1 hit "Perfect Day", featuring a stellar range of world-famous rtists.
He has also worked with the newer technologies, having completed numerous multimedia projects for customers as diverse as Mercedes-Benz, IBM, Suzuki, BSI and British Telecom.
Nick lives in Surrey in the UK, and enjoys spending his spare time with his wife and young son.