Myles McLeod is an award-winning British based Composer, who specialises in writing Music for Film and Television. He is most notably known for his work on Nature Documentaries but has found success working on an array of different genres from Short Film Dramas to Video Games, Animations and Theatre Productions. Myles is currently a member of this year's BFI NETWORK x BAFTA CREW.
After having completed and achieved a First Class Honours in his Masters in Composition for Film and Television at the University of Bristol in 2018, Myles McLeod has since undertaken several commissions.
His most notable works to date include original music for, 'To Find A Harpy', a seven time, award winning Wildlife Documentary, in which he recently achieved an Honourable Award for Best Score at the 'Los Angeles Film Awards', a 'Global Music Awards' Silver Winner and Winner of Best Score at 'Hollywood International Moving Pictures Film Festival'.
His most recent work, 'Queen Of Birds', is currently touring festivals around the world. It has surpassed a million views on YouTube and has just recently won Best Score at the 'London Independent Film Awards'.
Other notable works include 'The Land Of the Outcast', which was recently snapped up by AGB Films and transformed into an hour long documentary. Along with two short film dramas, 'Just Today' that has claimed five nominations and a Commendation Award at the Canadian & International Short Film Festival and 'Sex Line', screened at BAFTA 2014 and at the 21st WOW Film Festival (Sydney/Australia) in 2016.
As a multi-instrumentalist and versatile Composer, combined with his experience and education, Myles has developed a flexible approach when writing music for Visual Media, adapting to different styles of music to suit the needs of different projects. From orchestrating, arranging and writing music for live musicians, (most recently for the 'Bristol Ensemble'), to creating sound design and electronic music.