Andrew Beaton is a freelance Composer, Producer & Sound Designer

After having spent many years working as a live instrumentalist and songwriter, Andrew has moved towards more studio-based production, composition and engineering. In recent years he has seen success as a programmer on features such as ‘Kick-Ass’ (Marv Films/Plan B Entertainment, Marius De Vries) and ‘Suckerpunch’ (Warner Bros.), as well as orchestral composition including feature length documentaries for SKY, BBC and Channel 4’s Benefits Street.

His work also includes soundtrack composition covering a range of musical styles for independent films, many of which have been featured at international film festivals including Aesthetica, London Independent, Adelaide, Orlando, Mosaic, Manchester and the Short Film Corner @ Cannes, plus a number of creative collaborations with the prestigious London Film School. Other recent projects have included composition, sound design and mixing of advertising campaigns for clients such as Just Giving, IKEA and Mother London, as a session engineer for the BBC and Nickelodeon, and composer for SKY, Sync Music & Felt and as an independent electronic producer and material for a Deep House production album for EMI / Trilogy.

Behind Andrew’s extensive work across a wide range of media platforms is a wealth of experience and expertise gained from years of working within in the industry alongside top level composers such as Marius De Vries, Danny Schogger, Matthew ‘Mash’ Cracknell & Bjarni Biering Margeirsson.

Andrew is also a producer and DJ. He released his debut EP ‘Prelude’ through Acidic Records in 2011 and since then has had a string of releases on a number of independent labels. He works extensively as a remixer for other artists including Sarah Hezen, Hollie Cook, Creecha & Cellardore, and is a seasoned promoter involved in the management of several popular London events including Acidic Records and the Elysian Project. His releases can be found on Beatport.

Andrew is now being represented by Presana Music. Examples of Andrew’s work can be found on the Media page.