Liam Colomer is a polyglot, international composer who has scored projects of all sorts (film,
contemporary dance, documentary, sound installations…) in productions all over the globe: from
Sydney, Tokyo or Singapore, to London, Berlin or Barcelona. His approach to music as a
storytelling tool and idiosyncratic identity has turned him into a very valuable asset for those
seeking to add value to their productions.
Graduated in Creative Music Production (Manchester Metropolitan University, 2014) he later specialised in Music for the Moving Image at Leeds Beckett University (2019) where he had the privilege of learning from a wide variety of Industry professionals such as Ken Scott (engineer and producer of The Beatles, David Bowie, Pink Floyd, Elton John); J.A.C. Redford
(orchestrator of Skyfall, Avatar, WALL-E); Rachel Portman (film composer of Chocolat, The
Cider House Rules) or Benji Merrison (Tv composer of BBC’s Dynasties, ITV’s Victoria).
In addition to composing, Liam defines himself as a music thinker and shares video essays
occasionally on Youtube. In an industry that breeds standardisation, he is always critical of
conventionalism and replication and likes music to be at the core of project development as
opposed to the end-of-line.
You will find him making noise in his music lab in the heart of Germany or diving the depths of
the Mediterranean under the blazing sun.