Jeremy James HUNT – composer

Jeremy James Hunt is a London-based, BAFTA Connect Film & TV Composer.  He’s paid his dues working from the way up as a composer’s assistant to becoming a popular composer in his own right.

2022 was a breakthrough year for Jeremy, with him scoring Jack Spring’s heist comedy Three Day Millionaire, starring Colm Meaney and Jonas Armstrong which drew critical acclaim and after an extensive theatrical release, charted at #5 on Netflix in the UK.  In the same year he wrote and was credited for additional music for Ian Arber on the epic Indian TV series Taj: Royal Blood.

He scored Czech director Patrik Krivanek’s moving wartime/holocaust feature, Muddy Shoes, which won 3 and nominated for 2 awards, and more recently Jack Spring’s three-part documentary, All Town Aren’t We, which premiered in  January 2024.

Other projects include scoring Ann Forry’s horror feature Shall We Play?, and writing additional music for Paul Saunderson on The Obscure Life of the Grand Duke of Corsica, starring Timothy Spall. As a composer assistant, Jeremy previously worked with Saunderson on Apple TV’s Trying, Sky One’s Strike Back, and Mike Bartlett’s BBC One drama Life. He has also been a composer assistant and additional music writer for Blair Mowat on all series of the ITV detective drama McDonald & Dodds, Jason Watkins.

Jeremy’s other career highlights include recording his score for Grey Suits Us at the legendary Abbey Road Studios, and working with pop royalty including Elbow’s Guy Garvey and Blur’s Dave Rowntree.