Jeremy James HUNT

Jeremy James Hunt is a London-based Film & TV Composer, and a member of the BFI Network and BAFTA Crew. So far this year, Jeremy has been busy scoring Patrik Krivanek’s wartime drama feature Muddy Shoes (starring Eva Holubová), and assisting Blair Mowat on the ITV detective drama McDonald and Dodds (starring Jason Watkins).

In 2020, Jeremy scored Ann Forry’s horror feature Shall We Play?, and wrote additional music for Paul Saunderson on The Obscure Life of the Grand Duke of Corsica (starring Timothy Spall). He previously assisted Saunderson on the Apple TV comedy series Trying, the Sky One action series Strike Back, and the hit BBC One drama series Life (starring Peter Davison, Alison Steadman and Adrian Lester).

In 2019, Jeremy scored Tayo Odesanya’s psychological drama Grey Suits Us (starring Nabhaan Rizwan). The score was recorded at Abbey Road Studios in London. He also scored Jack Spring’s comedy feature Destination: Dewsbury, which previewed at the Beverly Hills Film Festival and premiered at London’s Prince Charles Cinema. Later that year, Jeremy assisted Ian Arber on the drama feature Break (starring Rutger Hauer and Jamie Foreman).

In 2018, Jeremy worked with Ian Arber on the Sky Arts comedy drama Urban Myths (starring Victoria Hamilton and David Walliams), and the horror thriller Redcon-1, which won “Best Thriller” at the National Film Awards. He also assisted Blur’s Dave Rowntree on the Sky Sports documentary Phenoms.

Jeremy is represented by SMA Rising Talent.