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Scott Hazell is a British composer, producer and session guitarist, based in Bristol UK, who specialises in creating music for film and professional media. His credits include broadcasted work on UKTV; original scores for animation and film; plus music for documentary, trailers, and theatre.

After gaining a BA(Hons) 1st degree in Music Composition for Film and Media at Northbrook College in 2011, Scott has since collaborated with a growing list of talented film makers, including global advertising agency M&C Saatchi, through whom Scott has written music for a range of clients including Natwest, Currys & PC World, Amazon, The Department for Work and Pensions and Royal Mail.

 

Scott's notable work includes original music for Jonathan Blagrove's feature length documentary 'The Final Reel' narrated by John Hurt, as well as the original score for the Royal Television Society award winning short film, 'Breakdown'. He most recently worked under established composer Jean Marc-Petsas as a composer assistant on the factual series, 'Undiscovered Worlds - with Steve Backshall', for the BBC. 

 

He has also gained regular work as an assistant musical sound design editor and session guitarist alongside renowned composers, Simon Ashdown and Will Slater, having worked behind the scenes on BBC's 'Wild Tales from Le Village' and Ex-Machina director Alex Garland's blockbuster 'Annihilation' (Paramount). In addition, Scott holds a grade 8 in electric guitar, boasting a prolific record as a performer at a number of world class venues including  St Georges Hall, Bristol Old Vic and the Colston Hall.

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A fan of forward and innovative thinking, Scott draws inspiration from an eclectic range of sounds, styles and other creative arts to compose, which combined with his education and experience has helped him develop a versatile approach to writing & recording music. 

On stage with the Fantasy Orchestra at the Bristol Old Vic.