Ed Brown has spent most of his life delving into music, both composing and performing as a soloist, and in various ensembles on Clarinet, Saxophone, and as a Singer.
Ed graduated from Huddersfield University in 2014 with a 2:1 in Music and the William's Woodwind Award for his saxophone ability. At Huddersfield, Ed studied the saxophone with Sarah Markham and was taught about scoring music for all forms of media by Dr Julio d'Escrivan. This piqued Ed's interest and he decided to take his compositional skills to the next level.
In 2015 Ed began a Masters in Composition for Film and TV at Bristol University, where, under the tutelage of Dr Martin Kiszko and William Goodchild, his knowledge of scoring for media was developed further.
Outside University, Ed has written music for various projects, including documentaries, short films, and video games, and also teaches saxophone.
Ed is always on the lookout for more ways to expand his knowledge and portfolio. Should you need any music or sound design for your projects, or wish to take saxophone lessons, do get in touch.