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Alex Redfern is a British composer for film and television. He has worked on and written music for multiple films and numerous TV shows. Most recently he has composed the score to Time Goes By, a short film starring Kristen Bell, Paul Downs and Seth Rogan.
Alex is also an accomplished music producer and audio engineer. He is a pianist and guitarist and has a collection of various wind instruments, his favourite being the low Irish whistle.
He grew up in a small town in Suffolk, and has since lived in Leeds, Valencia (Spain) and Los Angeles, before finally returning back to the UK in 2018. Each location imparted its unique and rich cultural footprint upon him. He graduated top of his class at Leeds College of Music, receiving a First Class Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Production, specialising in music for the moving image. He then attended Berklee College of Music, Valencia Campus to be part of the inaugural masters class at the college. There, he studied Scoring for Film, Television and Video Games under the tuition of Laura Karpman and Andy Hill, and ultimately graduated Summa Cum Laude as a Master of Music.
He has worked on the music department for a number of renowned composers, including Roger Neill, Jeff Russo and Ben Decter, on projects including Twentieth Century Women (2016), Star Trek Discovery (2017), Like Father (2018) and Don’t Think Twice (2016).